Plumbing in Colleyville, TX
Great Service with a Smile!
Colleyville, TX is an affluent suburb of Fort Worth and just one of the many areas covered by the plumbing company, Lasiter and Lasiter. With almost 40 years of service to the people of Dallas and Fort Worth, Lasiter and Lasiter has forged a first class reputation for top-notch service backed up by experience, training, quality workmanship and products. We are fully licensed and insured to provide Colleyville residents with all plumbing services and repairs – leaky faucets, disposal units, blocked drains, septic and sewer maintenance, gas appliance installations and maintenance, pumps and water heater maintenance and service, low water pressure location and repairs. They can also help out with water conditioning and filtration systems and provide advice on reverse osmosis.
If you’re in need of some plumbing work, contact Lasiter and Lasiter, where you’re not just a work order, When you call we will provide you with a free quote and estimate on your plumbing requirements. Also ask them about our Lasiter Loyalty Program, which could save you money on your next plumbing bill and a great discount on a new water heater.
Another thing we are careful about at Lasiter and Lasiter is the environment, which is why we only use 100% certified environmentally friendly yet naturally powerful products.
What to do in Colleyville, TX
Things to do and see in Colleyville include a visit to historic Webb House in Bransford Park, where you’ll also find the Lyman Whitaker wind sculptures. City Park is a 40 acre community park with baseball and softball fields, tennis and basketball courts, an amphitheater and a short, multi use trail to wander along. If you’re after a longer trail, try some of the ones in the Colleyville Nature Center and then relax with a picnic afterwards. Or there’s the Cotton Belt Trail, a regional trail that connects North Richland Hills, Hurst, Colleyville and Grapevine. More ball courts can found at Kimzey and Reagan Parks and for soccer fans the award winning Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park is another option. For the young folk, Kidsville has a large playground and provision for outdoor picnicking. There are more picnic areas, restrooms, playgrounds and trails at Sparger and Woodbriar Parks and a POW Memorial at Sparger Park.
Revisit the past with a visit to McPherson Park, the former site of one of Colleyville’s largest dairies and learn about the immediate history of this area, including the dairy farm on which the park is built. The log barn, built in the late 1800’s and previously part of the dairy, is still standing.
Martial arts fans can learn the art of jiu jitsu, boxing and kickboxing, muay thai, and wrestling from professional fighters at the Fitness Fight Factory. It’s also a great way to get fit and stay in shape.