Rentmeister Total Home Service Blog : Archive for September, 2017

How to Resolve Pesky Kitchen Plumbing Troubles

Monday, September 25th, 2017

drain opening with water bubbling at the surfaceYour plumbing system is one of the most important components of your home, and likely the least thought about in your household. It’s easy to take for granted how efficiently you’re able to attain water for daily tasks: showering, washing clothes, using your toilets, and of course, washing dishes and cooking.

Drain clogs rank among the most common plumbing problems, and your kitchen is a key place this can occur. When a problem does arise and you need a professional plumber in Roy, UT, you needn’t look any further than our team. However, in the meantime, we’d like to help you resolve pesky kitchen plumbing problems on your own, if possible.

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Can You Ignore Late Season AC Repair Needs for Now?

Monday, September 11th, 2017

an air conditioner unit outside a brick home in a residential neighborhood. In just a couple of weeks, the official end of summer will be here. That may not mean much for other parts of the country that are warm almost all year long, but for us it means we soon get to shut off our air conditioners in favor of our heating systems.

Speaking of your air conditioner, however, being as late as it is in the season, chances are high that it has built up a good amount of wear and tear from the few months of steady work it has gone through. That being said, you could very well find yourself in need of air conditioning repair in Bountiful, UT. You might think that since it’s the end of the season, you can wait on repairs—but making any delay could leave you with unintended consequences next year, or even in a few weeks when you begin to use your heater!

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The Heat Pump Difference: Consider This for Your Next Comfort Installation

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

icon of the sun next to a snowflakeThere’s a cooling system on the market that is quickly rising in popularity as a way for homeowners to improve their comfort and HVAC efficiency. It’s the heat pump—a system that works much like a standard air conditioner. We mean that it circulates chemical refrigerant between two sets of coils, one indoors and one outdoors, in order to create the process of heat exchange.

Heat exchange means literally that heat is being moved from one area to another. An air conditioner works by taking the heat from inside your home and expelling it out doors. But with a Syracuse, UT heat pump installation, you have the power to reverse the process for effective heating, too. With just a simple adjustment to your thermostat, you can enjoy year-round comfort from this climate control installation.

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