Serving Grapevine and Colleyville
Our professional plumbers have been serving the Grapevine Colleyville area for over 30 years. We’ve been piping and wrenching through clogs, drips, and leaks and we’re confident we can fix your plumbing problems too!
Horizon Plumbing Service are also your local water heater experts. Whether you need to upgrade a gas or electric water heater to save on energy or need maintenance and repair, get a free quote for water heater installations and repairs, and start saving every month!
When Is it Time To Repair?
We’ve all heard a noise in the walls when the water lost its pressure, or felt a chill in the shower when the heater goes out.
For the past 30 years, Horizon Plumbing Service plumbers have been repairing & replacing water heaters in Grapevine and Colleyville.
Low water pressure, no longer heating, or inefficient energy use are problems Horizon is experienced and able to fix quickly, often within one visit.
Repairs are stressful and surprising – don’t fall for the sales pitch of the other guys, let Horizon get the job done and get your gas or electric heater back to work!
Tankless Water Heater Facts
Horizon are the local water heater experts. If you’re looking to upgrade from a traditional tank, you’re in the right place. As a homeowner, you stand to gain years of savings if you keep a properly maintained tankless system running. The differences between tanks and tankless systems are quite evident:
Traditional tank water heaters:
- burn energy all day, even if you’re using hot water
- max out at 50 gallons before you’re out of hot water for a while
Tankless water heaters:
- deliver an endless stream of hot water whenever you need it
- only burn on when you need them to (provides you with energy savings)
- last twice as long as tank systems when maintained properly
How Tankless Systems Work
Tankless systems take cold water input and funnel it into a coiled pipe above a gas or electric-powered burner. There is a flow sensor that triggers the burner when water begins to flow through the unit, which saves you energy use when it’s not being used. Water is heated and pushed out the coil and distributed to your point-of-use faucet.
Neighborhoods We’ve Serviced
Reserve at Colleyville
The Overlook at Big Bear Creek