Rentmeister Total Home Service Blog: Archive for November, 2017

Should You Install a Whole House Humidifier?

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

smiling woman sitting in home looking comfortableThere are a lot of things homeowners have to think about in terms of getting their households ready for winter: maintaining their heating system, insulating pipes so they don’t freeze, and making sure they don’t have any drafty doors and windows that can contribute to heat loss. But what about your Layton, UT indoor air quality? Dry air is a big deal in our area, especially during the winter. You’d do well to consider the installation of a whole-house humidifier if you don’t have one already.

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The Holidays Are Upon Us: Is Your Plumbing System Ready?

Monday, November 20th, 2017

person's hands washing lettuce in the kitchen sinkWe’re just a few short days away from the start of the holiday season, which makes now the perfect time to prep your home, start planning holiday parties, and maintain your plumbing system!

Wait, what’s that?

That’s right, your plumbing system needs attention, now. Think about the increased guests in your home that you likely have over the holiday season. This increases the use of your plumbing system exponentially. And we’re here to help. Of course, maintenance from a professional Bountiful, UT plumber is the first step toward prepping your plumbing system for the holiday season. However, there are a number of other precautions you should take to help prevent the following issues.

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Is a Geothermal System Right for Your Home?

Monday, November 6th, 2017

animated diagram of a geothermal systemWhen it comes to where we live, a reliable heating system is an absolute necessity. Could you imagine going through even one Utah winter without one? It would be unbearable. Of course, it could be possible if you don’t properly care for your heater—which includes having it routinely maintained, and replacing it when its time.

If you are considering a new Ogden, UT heating installation within the next year or so, you’d do well to consider a geothermal system—which can be used for year-round comfort!

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