Rentmeister Total Home Service Blog : Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

“Which Heater Is Right for Me?”

Monday, March 7th, 2022

Last week, we discussed the signs that you might need a new heater. This week, we want to discuss the type of new heater that might be right for you. It’s a big decision all on its own that you need a new heater and choosing a new heater is an even bigger decision. This is why we like to lend our expertise to homeowners. We never want this to be a venture you take on your own without the right knowledge. If you need help with your heating upgrade in Layton, UT, then you’ve found the right blog. We’re going to go through all the common heaters we work with and discuss their benefits. 

As always, we’re professionals who go the extra mile. If you want to discuss your heating options further, then we’re always here to help you. We know that finding the right heater for you is a process and we’re willing to go on the journey with you.

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When to Get a New Heater?

Monday, February 21st, 2022
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One of the questions that might be on your mind this season is, “When should I get myself a new heater?” It’s a big question. When you find yourself feeling the need to ask this, you know that a lot of big decisions back it. If you decide that you need a new heater, you’re going to need to choose what heater you should get, what fuel you’d like to use to power it, and what team you want to install it. These are all decisions that hold real weight when it comes to the comfort of your home. If you need to perfect your heating in Layton, UT, then we’re the team you should contact. We always make the process of replacement as easy as possible for customers. Come to us when you need professional work. 

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How to Avoid Furnace Repair Problems

Monday, January 24th, 2022

It’s likely that you’re going to run into furnace repair problems at least once or twice in the lifetime of your heating system. Most of the time, problems that you run into are due to issues like loose parts, wear and tear over time, or an older heater. Although these are common causes, another big reason people run into furnace repair in Ogden, UT, is due to user error. There are many things you might do that can actually hurt your heater. We want to help you avoid these mistakes to avoid future trouble in your home. 

We make the effort to talk to many homeowners in our area. Through our discussions, we’ve discovered that many people make the same mistakes. Let’s go through a few below…

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5 Reasons to Call for Furnace Repair

Monday, December 27th, 2021

hand drawing check box on a white backgroundWinter is here in full force. If you have a furnace, then we’re sure that you love it most of the time. Furnace systems are effective, efficient, and long-lasting. The trouble comes when you run into issues with your furnace. It’s common for a furnace to develop a mild problem that turns into something worse over the course of a fall or winter season. There’s no reason to get worked up about this type of repair need. You can call one of our professionals for the work necessary. We even specialize in furnace repair in Clearfield, UT

The signs that you need heating repair aren’t always clear. If you’re wondering if you should call one of our team members, we’ve listed some of the best reasons to call below.

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“Do I Need a New Heater?”

Monday, December 13th, 2021

We specialize in heating in Salt Lake City, UT. Now that the weather is getting colder, you might be realizing that your current heater just can’t cut it. This is an unfortunate circumstance to be in right as we roll into winter, but luckily our professionals are always here to help. 

We know that a heating upgrade is a big decision and you don’t want to make it hastily. If you need confirmation that it’s time to let your old heater go, keep reading below. We’ve gathered together some of the top signs that it’s time for you to upgrade.  

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Key Signs That You Need Heating Repair

Monday, November 15th, 2021

three-gas-jets-igniting-blue-flameWinter is here and it’s full swing. This means that your heater might be cracking underneath the pressure that is a Clearfield winter. It’s cold here. It’s why you dug all your heavy outwear out of the back of your closet, invested in a few good blankets, and why you’re running your car for a while before you hop in it in the morning. If your heater isn’t up to the test, it’s a great idea to get your unit in better shape before we get any further into the season. It’s time to invest in your heating repair in Clearfield, UT

The best thing about our professionals is that we’re here for you when you’re ready to do this. One of the ways that we empower our customers is through education. You might not even know the signs that your heater isn’t in the best shape. This is why we round them up for you. Here are a few ways that your heater might show you it needs help this winter.

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How to Keep Your Furnace Safe

Monday, March 8th, 2021

Furnaces are the most common heating system in Salt Lake City, in Utah, and across the country. This is because furnaces are reliable, efficient, and familiar. Not many people talk about this last point, but we understand the comfort that comes with choosing a heating system that you’ve probably grown up using. But what happens when the comfort of a furnace falls to the wayside due to repair issues?

Your first step should always be to schedule an appointment for furnace repair in Salt Lake City, UT. Furnaces are always something that should be handled with the care of a professional. You need professional service to keep your home safe.

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Swap Out Your Old Heater for a New Unit

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

It’s just us two here so let’s be honest. Your heater isn’t doing too well, is it?

We understand that your old heater has always been there. It’s reliable, and it’s long-standing, but it’s not something that you should just let sit in your home forever. Swapping out your home’s old heater isn’t something that you have to dread. You can actually get easy, convenient, and affordable service from our professionals.

Contact us when you’re ready for better heating in West Jordan, UT. We’re here to make the process of switching easy even if it’s in the middle of winter.

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How to Save Money on Your Heating

Monday, February 8th, 2021

You like being warm and you also like saving money … but your heater is making you feel like you can’t have both. You should never have to feel this way. A good heater isn’t just a heater that keeps your home warm. A good heater is a heater that keeps your home warm with great prices along the way. If that hasn’t been your experience this summer, then you should schedule an appointment with our team members.

We specialize in heating repair in Salt Lake City, UT. If you’re struggling to get your home warm alongside great pricing, then you should invest in heating repair. We’re here to help you through this.

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What a Cracked Heat Exchanger Means for Your Furnace

Monday, January 11th, 2021

three-gas-jets-igniting-blue-flameFirst off, a point we want to make clear is that a cracked heat exchanger means more for your home, health, and safety in general than it does simply the furnace. We don’t say this to send you into panic mode, but rather to stress the importance of caring for your furnace properly.

Furnace care involves scheduling maintenance each and every year, for starters. Maintenance allows our technicians to thoroughly inspect, clean, and adjust all the components of your heating system, ensuring that it operates as effectively and efficiently as possible. Maintenance also helps prevent repair needs, because it gives our professionals the opportunity to find small issues before they become bigger ones.

And one “small” issue that could quite literally become a big emergency is a cracked heat exchanger. This is more common in older systems (those that are 10-15+ years old) but even if you have a newer system, it’s a good idea to understand what a heat exchanger does, and why a damaged one is bad news. Read on!

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