Rentmeister Total Home Service Blog : Posts Tagged ‘heating services’

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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Hosting a New Year’s Party? Keep Your Guests Comfortable and Safe

Monday, December 26th, 2016

If you are planning on hosting a New Year’s Eve party, you likely have a lot of factors to keep in mind—what kind of food will you serve, has everyone RSVP’d, do your guests have a safe way to get home after a night of celebrating?

Among all these thoughts, you likely aren’t giving much consideration to your HVAC system or the quality of your indoor air. However, if you want your guests to have a good time, and be comfortable in your home, it is perhaps time to consider how well these systems are functioning.

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Is Your Home and Family Ready for a Utah Winter?

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Whether you’ve only just recently moved to Utah or you have lived here your entire life, winter may still pack a surprising punch when it hits with full force. It’s essential that you prepare your home and family each year for this inclement weather, as both your health and comfort depend on it. This starts by scheduling maintenance to ensure that your heating system is ready to do its job.

It’s never too late to schedule heating maintenance if you haven’t done so already—once a year is advisable, and twice a year for heat pumps. Making sure your heating system is working is just the beginning, though. We’ve shared some tips below on how to prep both your home and your family for the chillier temperatures.

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How to Reduce Your Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Monday, October 31st, 2016

The weather is slowly but surely cooling down, and soon you’ll be using either your fireplace or your heating system on a regular basis. If your heater is gas-powered, however, are you sure it’s ready to safely do its job? However minor the risk may be these days, there’s still a possibility that your gas-powered appliances can leak carbon monoxide into the house.

Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of the fuel-burning process. In order to vent safely outside, all the components of your heating system and/or fireplace need to be in good working order: the flue pipe, vent pipe, chimney, etc. However, something can go wrong, and it’s important to know how to prevent it.

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