Rentmeister Total Home Service Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Syracuse’

Join Us at Chloe’s Breakfast!

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Chloe's-Sunshine-PlaygroundJoin the Rentmeister Total Home Service team this Saturday 6/27 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Chloe’s Sunshine Playground (1800 S 2000 W., Syracuse).

The Syracuse Days Pancake Breakfast is a breakfast designed to raise funds for the construction of Chloe’s Sunshine Playground. This playground recently opened in May to coincide with Chloe Bennett’s 8th birthday. Chloe is a young girl here in Syracuse with Cerebral Palsy and West Syndrome. These conditions have limited her ability to speak, walk, and play in traditional playground settings. Chloe’s Sunshine Playground is accessible to children of all abilities.

Come out this Saturday and eat pancakes for a great cause! Join us after for the Syracuse Heritage Days Parade too!

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Grand Opening of Syracuse Island

Friday, June 21st, 2019

syracuse-island-grand-opening-flyerWe have a long history of serving our community here at Rentmeister Total Home Service. Recently, we’ve set our sights on the Syracuse Island Splash Pad. The inspiration behind the Splash Pad is Chloe Bennett. Chloe is a local child here in Syracuse with Cerebral Palsy and West Syndrome. Living with these conditions has limited Chloe’s ability to speak, walk, and play in traditional playground settings. The Splash Pad is fully accessible to all children of all abilities.

In the past, we’ve participated in the Syracuse Days Pancake Breakfast to raise funds for Chloe’s Sunshine Playground. We love Chloe’s spirit, her cause, and our community so we loved the idea of helping fund the Splash Pad too!

We’d like to invite you out on Saturday, June 22nd from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Centennial Park for the grand opening of the Splash Pad. The event is completely free and open to the public. It includes food trucks, free snow cones for children, and other activities. Celebrate the start of summer with our Rentmeister Total Home Services family this weekend!

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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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A Dirty Air Filter and Its Impact on Your Home

Monday, July 17th, 2017

dirty-air-filter-impact-homeYou’ve probably heard this before—or at least, we hope you have—but it’s imperative that you change your air filter on a regular basis. Why is that? You might assume that a dirty air filter is a problem due to the contaminants it sends through the air, and this is the reason we keep stressing the importance of changing it. This is only somewhat correct, however.

Your HVAC systems’ air filter is there not only to block allergens from moving back into your airstream, but mainly to block particles from damaging the inside of your air conditioner by pummeling it or jamming the fan. When an air filter is dirty and clogged, however, it can do just as much damage to your Syracuse, UT air conditioning system. Keep reading to learn how a dirty air filter affects your home.

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Serving Breakfast to Benefit Chloe’s Sunshine Park

Friday, June 16th, 2017

chloe-sunshine-park-pancake-breakfastAs has become a tradition for Rentmeister Total Home Service, on Saturday, July 1st we will be sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast benefiting Chloe’s Sunshine Park. We’d like to invite our wonderful, valued customers, as well as family and friends, to join us.

Proceeds from the breakfast benefit Chloe’s Sunshine Playground Project, named after one of our youngest Syracuse City residents, Chloe Bennett. Chloe was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and West Syndrome. This limits her ability to speak, walk, and play on traditional playground equipment.

From her limitations, an idea was born–to create a place where Chloe, children like her, and their families could play together. In May of 2015, this dream became a reality. Chloe’s Sunshine Playground is an accessible park including features that enable ALL children to play side by side.

We look forward to seeing you on July 1st, 7:30-9 AM, and urge you to visit Chloe’s Sunshine Playground (1800 S 2000 W, Syracuse) with your own family!

 

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Is It Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner?

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Is It Time to Replace Your Air ConditionerSure, our cooling season is still a couple months away, but does that mean it’s too soon to start thinking about your cooling system? Certainly not, especially if you’re considering a Syracuse, UT AC replacement this year.

Now is the perfect time to explore your options and to schedule your installation appointment before the weather starts warming up to the point that you need your air conditioner on a regular basis. But what if you’re unsure whether or not you actually need a replacement—could you get by on another repair?

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5 Potential Causes of a Continuously Running Toilet

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

One of the most annoying issues you might face in regards to your Syracuse, UT bathroom plumbing is a toilet that won’t stop running. Not only is it a nuisance to listen to, but it will also cost you significantly in excess water you aren’t using—something that will reflect on your monthly water bill. Running toilets also mean the inability to flush. Be sure to call for repairs as soon as you notice this problem. In the meantime, we’ve shared 5 reasons below that this may be occurring.

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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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