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Friday, August 14th, 2015
It would be nice if central air conditioning systems would last forever. But alas, they are machines, and like all mechanical systems, they will eventually reach the end of their useful life. Fortunately, with good installation and maintenance,

Friday, August 7th, 2015
It’s our opinion at Daffan Cooling & Heating that the greatest invention, other than sliced bread, is modern air conditioning. Willis Haviland Carrier’s 1906 patent on the “Apparatus for Treating Air” changed the world as we know it. We’

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015
Nobody wants their air conditioner to break down in the middle of the hot summer. That’s why your Daffan HVAC tech is always on hand to keep your system operating at peak performance. But what if the electrical grid fails during triple-digit hea

Thursday, July 30th, 2015
Picture yourself in a business meeting in the middle of July. The sun outside roars a ferocious 110 degrees. Some of your guests had to hoof it across a melting asphalt parking lot to make it to your gathering. As they settle in their chairs, y

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
Here at Daffan Cooling & Heating, we always have our ear to the ground when it comes to news about air conditioning. We want to be in the loop on any innovations, product launches, regulatory changes and other things that have an impact on the HVA

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
We’re all for people being self-reliant. Everyone should know how to change a tire, drive a stick shift or set up a wireless home network. Well, that last one is actually kind of tough. But if you can learn how to do it, be prepared for all your

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
We had to chuckle when we heard that a snake stuck inside an air conditioning unit made headline news. At Daffan Cooling & Heating, we see this kind of stuff all the time, but it never crossed our minds to call the Hood County News. Maybe next tim

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015
Each year, the Department of Energy sets aside a few million bucks to encourage research and development for “next generation” HVAC systems. The DOE recently announced that it is investing a total of $8 million in several research projects aim