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

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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7 Troubling Heating Signs

Monday, December 28th, 2020

There’s a lot going on throughout the winter season. This is especially true this year because things are more different than they’ve ever been before. We’re sure that you’re coordinating holiday video conference calls, buying last-minute gifts, and trying to get things shipped out so they’ll still arrive in time. We know that with all the hustle and bustle a few things might slip through the cracks. If that’s been your heating so far this season, we want to bring your attention back to this system.

Our team members specialize in heating in Ogden, UT. This means that you can always rely on us for heating help. These are the signs you should watch out for at this point in the heating season.

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It’s Time to Repair Your Furnace If…

Monday, December 14th, 2020

It’s been cold lately and turning on your heater in the morning hasn’t been as effective as it used to be. You’re trying to toy with things on your end. If you’ve had your home’s current furnace for a while, then it might be time for you to upgrade. Your heater should always be able to keep you warm with ease. If you’re starting to feel like your thermostat has you programmed and not the other way around, then you should come to our team members.

Your furnace might be giving you grief. You can call our heating technicians for furnace repair in Salt Lake City, UT. Our specialists know all the signs of a repair need. We’re going to get into everything you should know below.

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How to Help Your Heating

Monday, November 30th, 2020

hand drawing check box on a white backgroundIt’s cold, you’re heating up the hot cocoa, and you’re layering up out there. You need to make sure that your heater can last throughout the winter season. If you’d like to perfect your HVAC in Ogden, UT, you need to make sure that you keep these heating tips in mind.

These tips are the difference between you having okay heating and having great heating this season. We want you to stay warm out there. Yes, we’re here to provide you with repair and replacement work this season, but we also want to provide you with quality tips too. We know how to help you help your heating. Just make sure that you’re always relying on professionals for the work you’re looking for.

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5 Winter Plumbing Problems

Monday, November 16th, 2020

Our winters in Ogden are cold. This means that you need to consider your plumbing before this season reaches its coldest temperatures. You want to ensure that your home’s plumbing is as safe and sound as possible before you run into any unnecessary problems. We’re here to help you out.

If you need a plumber in Ogden, UT, we’re here to help you out with everything. We’re going to map out everything that can potentially go wrong with your home’s plumbing system. We’re going to give you some helpful tips to avoid these issues as well. Keep reading below…

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How to Help Your Heater this Winter

Monday, November 2nd, 2020

Are you trying to help your heater out this winter? You can get some great tips from our professionals. Contrary to popular belief, you can’t just turn your heater on and run it. There are some best practices that you should pay attention to if you want great heating alongside exceptional energy efficiency. We’re here to spell it out for you today. We don’t want you to go hunting and pecking for this info. We’re responsible professionals who can help you with exactly what you need for your heater.

If you ever need heating service in Layton, UT, we’re the professionals who can help you out with this. We know that it gets cold here and you want to ensure that you have the best heating work around. We’re a team that will help you through the long winter ahead.

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Take Care of That Heating Problem

Monday, October 19th, 2020

Last winter you had a heating problem that lasted all season long. Winter came and went, and you welcomed the warm weather of spring into your life. You figured you could just push off your heating problems until next year—and then you blinked, and it was next year. Now it’s fall, we’re gearing up for everything warm and cozy, and you have that heating problem looming over your shoulder.

That’s when you need to call us for heating repair in Layton, UT. You can call us for exactly what you need. It’s our job to get in your home, get out of your home, and get the work you need done in the shortest amount of time possible. We’ll make sure you’re ready for winter.

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Early Warning Signs of Heating Trouble

Monday, February 24th, 2020

portrait of Hands of woman holding white paper houseIf you’ve ever had a heating problem in your home, then you know how much of a hassle it can be. Utah probably isn’t the first place you think of when you think of a “cold weather state,” even though you live here. But we sure do have cold weather here. When you notice things starting to change with your heater, it means that you should reach out to a heating professional sooner than later.

You can come to us for heating repair in Layton, UT when you need these services. We want to make sure you get the services you need before the situation turns dire, so we’re going to point out a few signs of trouble you can watch for. Read through the rest of our blog post and contact us when you need professional care.

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Should My Furnace Be Making This Noise?

Monday, February 10th, 2020

Your furnace is making a whole lot of noise when you run it lately, and you’re concerned. But what are the next steps? Well, if you hear something a off then it’s always a great idea to schedule an appointment with our professionals. We know different furnace sounds indicate different things. You can trust the professionals on our team to figure out the source of the problem you’re having, pinpoint it fast, and then fix the problem in a flash.

If you want furnace repair in Layton, UT, you can schedule an appointment with our team of professionals. Don’t ignore any of the furnace noises you’re hearing. Make sure you come to us for the work you need.

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Simple Ways to Boost Your HVAC Efficiency

Monday, January 27th, 2020

family-hold-green-houseLet’s face it, you’re going to need your heater running in your home most days throughout the winter season. The weather here is cold during this time of year and you know that. Any homeowner in our area understands that they need a great heater in their home. What’s a great heater? It’s not only one that can emit heat. A great heater has to provide you with heat easily and for the right price. If you can’t say that your heater does this for you, then it’s time to take different measures.

If you want more from your heater, you can get it in a few simple ways. We understand heating in Layton, UT so we’ve rounded up a few of the best tips for homeowners. If you try a few of the tips below and you still can’t get the service you need, make sure that you schedule an appointment with us and have us take a deeper dive.

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