Spring Valley Village, TX

Water Heater Services in Spring Valley Village

It’s easy to take hot water for granted—until your water heater stops working! Whether you need water heater installation, maintenance, or repair, Horizon Air Solutions has you covered. Our water heater services in the Spring Valley Village area are aimed at helping you enjoy hot water for less.

Give us a call today at (346) 988-2977 to discuss your water heating needs.

Water Heater Installation Spring Valley Village

Is it time to replace your water heater? We install efficient storage and tankless water heaters to meet your family’s needs. We recommend exploring your water heater replacement options once your unit reaches about 10 years old. This way, you’ll make an informed decision when installing a new model.

We grant our customers access to some of the most sophisticated water heating products available today, including traditional storage tanks and point-of-use tankless models that run on gas, electricity, hybrid heat, or solar energy. Our products are reliable, and our customer service is second to none!

When you choose Horizon for the job, you enjoy the peace of mind that comes from a one-year labor warranty and 10-year product warranty. We also offer special financing for 60 months on high-end units, subject to approved credit.

Water Heater Maintenance Spring Valley Village

You may remember to maintain your furnace and air conditioner once a year, but did you know your water heater needs maintenance, too? Without this important step, sediment could build up on the bottom of the tank and reduce efficiency. The walls of the tank could even corrode, eventually rusting through and leaking water onto the floor.

Fortunately, you can keep high water heating bills and catastrophic tank failures at bay with routine water heater maintenance. This involves flushing the tank to remove sediment, checking and replacing the anode rod to prevent corrosion, testing the valves for safety, and more. We can also suggest ways to decrease your water heating bills, such as insulating the tank and turning down the temperature to 120 degrees.

Water Heater Repair Spring Valley Village

Is your current water heater acting up? Horizon can take care of you! We repair water heaters that are showing signs of wear and tear or that have suddenly stopped working altogether. Here are some common reasons to schedule water heater repair:

  • Running out of hot water
  • Leaking water heater
  • Mineral buildup on the bottom of the tank
  • Discolored or stinky hot water coming from the tap
  • Whining or banging noises coming from the water heater

Thanks to our knowledgeable team, you won’t be left without hot water for long! Of course, if we determine that your water heater is nearing the end of its life span, we may recommend a replacement. This could be a cost-effective choice if the repair estimate is high or if we think the unit won’t last another year.

Why Choose Horizon Air Solutions for Water Heater Services in Spring Valley Village?

If you’re looking for a reliable HVAC contractor in Spring Valley Village to replace or service your water heater, turn to Horizon for the job. Our technicians can perform everything from routine maintenance to full-scale replacements. Plus, we install some of the best models from Rheem and other reliable brands.

Rest assured that we’ll make servicing or replacing your water heater as easy as possible from start to finish. We offer competitive prices and unmatched customer service for your peace of mind. Our consultants and technicians are also bilingual, so we can meet your needs while speaking in either English or Spanish.

To schedule water heater installation, repair, or maintenance in the Spring Valley Village area, please call Horizon at (346) 988-2977.

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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.