Mission Bend, TX

Water Heater Services in Mission Bend

Experiencing issues with your water heater can impact your routine. Whether it's a cold shower on a chilly morning or difficulties in cleaning and cooking, Horizon Air Solutions is dedicated to resolving these challenges by offering quality water heater services to local customers. 

Since 2016, we've been committed to ensuring that every home enjoys consistent access to hot water which is essential for daily comfort and convenience. Our mission is to help restore warmth and ease to your home with our expert solutions. 

Dial (346) 988-2977 or contact us online to schedule your free estimate.

Common Causes of Water Heater Failures

Understanding the common causes of water heater issues can help in early detection and prompt resolution. Since opening our doors in 2016, we have seen and fixed it all. This expertise allows us to address malfunctions effectively.

Some of the most common water heater issues we encounter includes:

  • Sediment buildup. Over time, minerals in the water can accumulate at the bottom of the tank which leads to reduced efficiency and potential overheating.
  • Corrosion. Water heaters are susceptible to corrosion, especially if the anode rod (designed to prevent such issues) is not functioning correctly.
  • Faulty thermostat. A malfunctioning thermostat can lead to water being too hot or not hot enough which indicates a need for repair or replacement.
  • Leaking tank. Age or internal damage can cause water heater tanks to leak, which necessitates immediate attention.
  • Pilot light issues (for gas water heaters). Problems with the pilot light can prevent gas water heaters from functioning properly.
  • Electrical problems (for electric water heaters). Electrical issues such as tripped circuit breakers or faulty heating elements can interrupt the operation of electric water heaters.
  • Improper installation. Incorrect installation can lead to various problems and malfunctions.
  • Lack of maintenance. Regular maintenance is crucial for longevity and efficient operation.

At Horizon Air Solutions, we are equipped to diagnose and resolve these common water heater issues and ensure your system runs smoothly. 

Cold Water No More

A water heater is essential to a warm and functional home. Its importance spans various daily activities from hot showers to cleaning. At Horizon Air Solutions, we place immense value on providing efficient and dependable water heater services. Our many positive reviews are a testament to our commitment to providing professional and reliable services. We stand by the quality of our work and guarantee your complete satisfaction with our results. 

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Commonly Asked Questions

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  • How do I know when it's time to replace my furnace?

    Without maintenance, your HVAC system will last about 10 years. If you’ve recently had two or more repairs to your furnace, boiler, or heat pump, it’s time to replace your heating system. A heating unit is a big financial investment. Fall furnace maintenance saves money by keeping your system running more efficiently for longer.

    The winter storm of 2021 is proof that we should keep our heating systems in good condition!

    If you have questions about heating system maintenance, call (346) 988-2977 or contact Horizon Air Solutions.

    If your AC breaks and it’s more than 90 degrees outside, that’s an emergency. If your boiler, furnace, or heating system breaks and it’s 40 degrees or below, that’s an emergency too.

    Signs to look for include:

    • Air blows cool when you need warm air.
    • HVAC system won’t turn on.
    • If your heating unit turns on and off, this is called short-cycling, and it’s an emergency in minus 40-degree weather.
    • Noises (clicking, clunking) can indicate an emergency.
    • Odd smell — if it’s the odor of burning plastic/electronics, don’t delay. If you smell gas, call your utility company, then call us ASAP.
    • Puddles or drips under your heating unit can be a frozen coil or refrigerant leak.
    • You suspect you have a furnace carbon monoxide leak:
      • Brown/yellow stains around the pilot light area of the unit.
      • Pilot light keeps blowing out.
      • You notice a gas-like exhaust smell.

    If you didn’t schedule fall heating maintenance, it’s not uncommon to smell burning dust the first time you turn on your heating unit. Odors you should be concerned about are:

    • Burning plastic/electrical: Turn off your heating system immediately and call Horizon Air for emergency heating repair.
    • Chemical/formaldehyde: A crack in the heat exchanger can cause this odor; it’s an emergency.
    • Lingering odors: We have several solutions for “bad air.” The overwhelming smell of cooking grease, cigarette smoke, or pet urine isn’t an emergency, but it isn’t healthy, either. Schedule an indoor air quality assessment.
    • Metallic: A heating unit component may be overheating. Turn the unit off and call us.
    • Mold/mildew or “dirty socks”: This is not an emergency, but it’s a health risk. Schedule an HVAC inspection.
    • Rotten eggs: This may indicate a gas leak. Turn off your heating unit, open windows, and call your utility company. Then call Horizon Air.
    • Sewage: This is dangerous. It means a sewage line is leaking into some area of your heating system. Call us, but we may advise you to call a plumber before scheduling an emergency repair.
    • Smoke: Turn off your heating system and call us ASAP.

    Without maintenance, your HVAC system will last about 10 years. If you’ve recently had two or more repairs to your furnace, boiler, or heat pump, it’s time to replace your heating system. A heating unit is a big financial investment. Fall furnace maintenance saves money by keeping your system running more efficiently for longer.

    The winter storm of 2021 is proof that we should keep our heating systems in good condition!

  • Why is there a weird smell coming from my heat vents?

    If you didn’t schedule fall heating maintenance, it’s not uncommon to smell burning dust the first time you turn on your heating unit. Odors you should be concerned about are:

    • Burning plastic/electrical: Turn off your heating system immediately and call Horizon Air for emergency heating repair.
    • Chemical/formaldehyde: A crack in the heat exchanger can cause this odor; it’s an emergency.
    • Lingering odors: We have several solutions for “bad air.” The overwhelming smell of cooking grease, cigarette smoke, or pet urine isn’t an emergency, but it isn’t healthy, either. Schedule an indoor air quality assessment.
    • Metallic: A heating unit component may be overheating. Turn the unit off and call us.
    • Mold/mildew or “dirty socks”: This is not an emergency, but it’s a health risk. Schedule an HVAC inspection.
    • Rotten eggs: This may indicate a gas leak. Turn off your heating unit, open windows, and call your utility company. Then call Horizon Air.
    • Sewage: This is dangerous. It means a sewage line is leaking into some area of your heating system. Call us, but we may advise you to call a plumber before scheduling an emergency repair.
    • Smoke: Turn off your heating system and call us ASAP.
  • How do I know when a repair is an emergency?

    If your AC breaks and it’s more than 90 degrees outside, that’s an emergency. If your boiler, furnace, or heating system breaks and it’s 40 degrees or below, that’s an emergency too.

    Signs to look for include:

    • Air blows cool when you need warm air.
    • HVAC system won’t turn on.
    • If your heating unit turns on and off, this is called short-cycling, and it’s an emergency in minus 40-degree weather.
    • Noises (clicking, clunking) can indicate an emergency.
    • Odd smell — if it’s the odor of burning plastic/electronics, don’t delay. If you smell gas, call your utility company, then call us ASAP.
    • Puddles or drips under your heating unit can be a frozen coil or refrigerant leak.
    • You suspect you have a furnace carbon monoxide leak:
      • Brown/yellow stains around the pilot light area of the unit.
      • Pilot light keeps blowing out.
      • You notice a gas-like exhaust smell.