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Nov

Thanks to You, We Stand for Quality!

At Quality Heating, we stand behind more good names than just our own. Even more than the leading brands we are proud to represent. We stand behind each and every individual and family in the greater Kitsap County and Olympic Peninsula community who has turned to us to increase the comfort, efficiency and economy of […]

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Nov

Heat Pump Cleaning Tips to Prepare for a Winter Storm

Our friends at Daikin, a company we at Quality Heating are proud to represent as certified sales and support specialists, have valuable advice for this time of year, and especially for rough winter storm conditions. Here’s how to clean and maintain your heat pump in extreme winter weather conditions and when to call on Quality Heating for help. Unlike a furnace or electric […]

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Nov

Quality Answers Your Questions about Mini-Split Heat Pumps

Is a mini-split right for your home’s heating and cooling needs?  Mini-split (ductless) heat pump systems have three key advantages over ducted heat pump systems:  • Mini-split systems do not require ductwork, which means homeowners do not have to contend with loud sounds created by ducted systems, the amount of space they take up, and problems that occur when detritus […]

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Nov

HVAC and the “Atmospheric River” in Kitsap and the Puget Sound

With heavy precipitation blanketing our area, and the downpours taking place in a concentrated period of time, earning the descriptive name “Atmospheric River,” (formerly nicknamed the “Pineapple Express”), many homeowners have questions about the effect of the rain on their heating and cooling systems. In most cases, an outdoor HVAC unit is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions […]

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Nov

Tornado warning startles Kitsap County as severe weather strikes Western Washington

Residents across North Kitsap County were startled Tuesday around noon as tornado alerts triggered emergency warning sounds to cry out on smartphones across the region. The National Weather Service advised that areas spanning Silverdale, Kingston, and North Bainbridge Island were at risk. Large waves crashed across the car lanes of the Agate Pass Bridge forcing […]

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Nov

Four Things You Should Do When Daylight Savings Time Ends

This year, Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends on Sunday, November 7, the first Sunday in November. That’s when we “fall back,” winding our clocks back an hour and return to Standard Time. The turning back of the clocks is a good time to checkoff a handful of regular home maintenance tasks.Here are a few of […]

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Oct

Tune-in to our new Koala-ty YouTube Channel!

If a picture can be worth a thousand words, then a video might just be crushing it! That’s the whole idea behind Quality Heating’s new YouTube Channel. Did you know that YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine? We point this out not because we want to show off our Peacock feathers. The point […]

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Oct

U.S. Propane Market Headed for ‘Armageddon’ This Winter, IHS Says

U.S. propane prices are so high and supplies so scarce that the market appears headed for “armageddon” during the depths of winter, according to research firm IHS Markit Ltd. Stockpiles of the key heating fuel and manufacturing feedstock in the world’s biggest economy probably have already topped out for the year and will be stretched as cold weather descends […]

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Oct

La Niña is coming. Here’s what that means for Winter Weather in the Northwest.

La Niña will most likely be joining us for the winter again, according to federal forecasters. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center has announced that La Niña conditions have developed and are expected to continue, with an 87% chance that they will be in place from December to February. La Niña (translated from Spanish as “little girl”) […]

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Oct

Cold Weather, Football and Cool Advice

What happens to the body in extreme cold? Our bodies are built to protect their most precious machinery—vital organs such as the heart, kidneys, and lungs. When faced with bone-chilling cold, we shunt all available blood to these organs to keep them warm and functioning. That means that extremities take the hit for the rest […]

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