Donation Drive for the Safe Harbor Crisis Center

November 23rd, 2015

Rentmeister is proud to participate in the Donation Drive for the Safe Harbor Crisis Center. This great cause provides a safe haven for women & children who are in abusive relationships and situations.

We will be collecting donations at our office through December 14th, 2015.



The Importance of Getting Your Furnace Air Filter Cleaned

November 23rd, 2015

Do you have your furnace air filter cleaned every few months? Did you even know that your furnace had an air filter until just now? It’s okay if you didn’t, because most people don’t. However, it’s very important that you have your air filter cleaned or replaced at least once for every three months you use it. Otherwise, you leave yourself open to one of the biggest problems a furnace can run into: short-cycling. Let’s take a look at how a clogged air filter can cause furnace short-cycling, and what that will do to your system. Continue Reading

Why You Should Install a Boiler This Winter

November 16th, 2015

Winter is here, and if you don’t already have a reliable home heating system installed in your home, you’re probably starting to feel a bit chilly. If you’re in the market for a new home heating system before the winter gets into full swing, you should consider installing a boiler system. A boiler heating system offers a number of distinct advantages over more traditional heaters. Let’s take a look at how a boiler system operates, and the advantages it provides. Continue Reading

Steps to Get Your Fireplace Ready for Winter

November 9th, 2015

Nothing is quite as lovely as a crackling fire during a cold winter evening. If not properly maintained, though, the fireplace can do quite a bit more harm than good. If you have a fireplace you want to use this winter, it is a very good idea to make sure that it gets all the proper care and maintenance beforehand. Otherwise, you could create a whole slew of problems for yourself. Let’s take a look at the different steps you can take to get your fireplace ready for winter. Continue Reading

Signs You Should Replace Your Furnace This Fall

November 5th, 2015

Winter is coming, and that means that it is time to get your heating system ready to keep your home warm on a daily basis. For some of us, though, now is the time to replace our old heating systems that just can’t deal with the strain anymore. Do you know if your home’s heater can last through another winter? Let’s examine some of the signs that you may need to replace your furnace. Continue Reading

Is Ductless Heating a Good Option for Me?

October 26th, 2015

Heating season is here, and for some of us that means it’s time to install a new home heating system. If you’re one of those people in the market for a new heater, you should take a look at ductless heating. Ductless heating systems have a number of unique advantages, which we’ll examine below. Read on to find out if ductless heating is a good option for you this fall. Continue Reading

Get Your Ducts Sealed This Fall to Improve Your Heating

October 19th, 2015

There are still a couple of months to go until winter, but heating season is here now. That means that it’s a good idea to get your home’s heating situation fixed up now, before the really cold weather starts to hit. One of the best ways to ensure that your heating system is ready for winter is to have your ducts sealed this fall. Let’s take a look at what duct sealing is, and why it is necessary. Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About Boiler Kettling

October 12th, 2015

Heating season is here, and that means you need to start keeping an eye out for various issues that can affect your heating system. The last thing you want is for your heater to break down in the middle of a cold day, after all. With that in mind, let’s take a look at one of the most damaging boiler system problems—kettling—and what to do about it. Continue Reading

Now Is the Ideal Time for Heating Maintenance

October 5th, 2015

Fall is upon us, and that means heating season is just about to start. Most people tend to view fall as a transitional season, however. A time when maybe you put on an extra layer of clothing, but don’t turn on the heater until winter really sets in. You should always do whatever is most comfortable for your home, of course. Even if you don’t start using your heater until later on in the year, though, you should get it checked much sooner. As soon as possible, in fact. Let’s take a look at why now is the best time for heating maintenance. Continue Reading

What Causes Your Air Conditioner to Short Cycle

September 28th, 2015

Air conditioning season is almost over, but that doesn’t mean that your air conditioner is out of the woods just yet. Until you shut the system down for the year, you’re going to have to keep an eye out for problems. One of the worst problems that can afflict your air conditioner is short cycling. Short cycling is when your system turns itself on and off every few minutes. It puts the air conditioner under a great deal more stress than it was originally designed to handle, increasing the chances of a serious problem such as a breakdown. Read on to find out why short cycling happens, and what you can do about it. Continue Reading