Kohler Highline Toilet Info Video

Kohler Highline Toilet offers many solutions to common problems that homeowners have with their toilet. In this video we want to show you the advantages of choosing it and hope that you will come by our showroom to allow us to answer any other problems or questions you may have. We want to make your kitchen and bath dreams a reality.

By |February 8th, 2017|BPHShowroom, Kohler, Videos|0 Comments|

Kohler Touchless Kitchen Faucets

Kohler Touchless Kitchen Faucets

• Stylish Design
• Innovative Touchless Technology
• Multiple Functional Spray Options
• Reliable Magnetic Docking System
• Hygenic Touchless Solution
• Water Conservation
Order yours today at the Burleson Plumbing & Heating Kitchen & Bath Showroom

By |February 8th, 2017|BPHShowroom, Videos|0 Comments|

The Most Functional Kitchen Sink Yet

The Most Functional Kitchen Sink Yet
Create a highly functional kitchen workstation with the KOHLER® Prolific sink and its included accessories. This innovative stainless-steel sink features three graduated ledges in the basin, so you can place the bamboo cutting board, multipurpose grated racks (two), colander, and washbin exactly where you want them for maximum efficiency as you work. The sink comes with all five accessories included. Other features include a unique cone-shaped drain for easier cleanup and SilentShield® sound absorption for less noise.

Come by our new Kitchen And Bath Showroom to see our Prolific Display as pictured below.

By |November 17th, 2016|BPHShowroom|0 Comments|

Add Some Farmhouse Charm To Your Kitchen

Add Some Farmhouse Charm To Your Kitchen
Add some farmhouse charm to your kitchen with KOHLER® Whitehaven kitchen sink. Now available at the new Burleson Plumbing & Heating Kitchen and Bath Showroom.

With incredible quality, thoughtful design and a gorgeous range of materials and colors, you can’t go wrong with a KOHLER® sink.

Our wide assortment offers a variety of sizes and configurations so you can create a functional space that will look beautiful for years to come.



By |November 17th, 2016|BPHShowroom|0 Comments|

Choreograph Shower Wall and Accessories

Choreograph by Kohler
Maybe it’s cluttered. Unorganized. Imperfect. But we make do. Day in day out, we navigate around the shower caddy, we contort our bodies to accommodate an unforgiving space when we shave and we cover our floors and ledges with shampoo and conditioner bottles. Why? Because it’s the way we’ve always showered.

Your shower dance, the way you move and flow in your daily shower ritual, can be so much better. Introducing the Choreograph™ shower wall and accessory collection.

Choreograph brings functionality and organization to an otherwise chaotic space. Every detail has been considered, from the shower walls in a range of colors, patterns and textures that can be customized to match your style to the innovative storage solutions that will keep any shower organized to the seating options that make showering more comfortable. This collection presents possibilities that weren’t possible before—a shower you can choreograph to your movements in a shower dance all your own.
The Choreograph collection is a comprehensive shower system that allows you to design a shower around your needs. The shower walls come in a range of colors, patterns and textures to match your style. The accessories of the collection were designed to be placed anywhere in the shower to better help you personalize and organize your space.

Visit our Kitchen and Bath Showroom page for more info.

By |November 17th, 2016|BPHShowroom|0 Comments|

Our Brand New Showroom

Burleson Plumbing & Heating Co is proud to unveil its brand new showroom. Let us help with your kitchen or bath remodel project with the brands you want and the expert advice you deserve. #bphshowroom

By |November 17th, 2016|BPHShowroom|0 Comments|

STOP LOOKING FOR A JOB! 3 Reasons to Start an Amazing Career in Plumbing and HVAC!

You’re looking online for a job for a reason. You’re tired of where you’re working.

Maybe you don’t feel like you’re getting paid what you deserve?
Maybe you don’t like your boss and don’t feel like he/she supports you?
Maybe you just don’t like your company?

The bottom line is: You’re tired. You need a change.

And we can help you at Burleson Plumbing & Heating Co.

What’s that? You don’t have experience in the plumbing industry? That’s okay! We’ll teach you everything you’ll need to know. Of course, if you have worked in the industry or are already a trained plumber, you’re more than welcome to apply, too—we’d love to hear from you!

You simply need to be highly motivated; love to be part of a team, but can work well individually; welcome to learning new things; enjoy interacting with people; and ready for a new challenge every single day. If you meet these requirements, we want to talk to YOU! And we ask that you apply!

What’s in it for you? Excellent question! You want to work for Burleson Plumbing & Heating Co because we can promise you a new career that you’ll love and is filled with:

Great money!
Great benefits! (Health Insurance, paid holidays and paid time off)
Great opportunity! (We’re busy year-round! No sitting at home and worrying!)
Growth potential! (We’re always looking for future managers!)
Flexibility of time!
Continual training & education!
And much more…

In fact, the much more is what really matters. You want to work for a business that believes and supports YOU!!! In fact, we operate this company using the Triple-Win Model.

Three Reasons to Start an Amazing Career in Plumbing with Burleson [...]

By |July 15th, 2016|Employment|0 Comments|

What’s It Cost to Hire a Hack?

Today, we begin a new collection from the HVAC-Talk ‘Wall of Shame.’
These photos show HVAC hack jobs by the worst of the worst: the “unprofessionals” hired on the cheap to repair or install air conditioning and furnace systems.

The photos are submitted to HVAC-Talk’s “Wall of Shame” by the good contractors who are called in to make it safe and right.

They’ll never find it up here…
Artietech was visiting a friend, and found this in the attic. Both the fresh air intake and the flue pipe tied together. A new installation.

Homeowner’s association was going to call the installing contractor.

“the true cost of hring the cheap company.”

These four photos are from a large home in Toronto, with two 100,000 BTU furnaces.
He says the home inspector found 30 violations before he got to the front door.

“Installers put in an 1-1/4-in. feed, we sized 2-in.” he writes. “My favorite is the water line through the fireplace termination.”

it cost $40,000 to fix just the heating system, considerably more than it would have originally cost to put in.

Comments by other contractors:

“Carflex drain line, lol. Craig’s list install, or moonlighting hacks.”
“Just goes to show you get what you pay for.”
“I would be surprised if the ‘hackasaurus’ that did that install even pulled a permit”.
“And i thought i have seen some idiot installs. This takes the cake. It’s FAIL big time.”

“Customer had been using one of those washable filters for the past 10 years. As a result, the evaporator was clogged with fine dust and icing over. Had no choice but to pull it out completely and clean it.”



(All info shared from

By |May 19th, 2016|Photography|0 Comments|

What You Need To Know About New Water Heaters

 What You Need To Know About New Water Heaters

Water Heaters Energy Usage
Water heating is typically the second largest energy use in a home, after heating and cooling, and can account for 14%-25% of household energy consumption. In the United States energy consumed by residential water heaters accounts for 11% of the electricity and 24% of the natural gas consumed in the residential sector. However, residential hot water use is variable and depends on the number of people in the household, the type of appliances, and the climate in which the house is located.
New NAECA Energy Standards 
Who made the new rulings?
The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) was approved by Congress and is administered by the US Department of Energy (DOE). This is the same organization that oversees the EnergyStar program. That translates to: this is serious business and a real change for all water heaters sold in the US.
What are the new water heater regulations?
Water heaters produced after April 16, 2015 must conform to new energy efficiency standards. These translate to a mandatory increase of 3% – 30% greater efficiency vs. current models. The amount varies by tank size based on formulas. The larger the tank, the more the efficiency is required. The gains in efficiency are small, but given that the vast majority of homes in America have a water heater; small can add up to big savings for the environment.
How does this affect me?
If you have a tankless water heater with an efficiency rating above .82, (all tankless heaters that we sell meet this standard), good news, your water heateralready complies. However if you are in one of the many homes, condos and apartments with a standard tank water heater – please read on!

In order to gain the efficiency, manufacturers will be adding additional insulation to water heater tanks. This will impact you as follows:

Fitting it in your house.Unlike the new light bulbs that fit in the same [...]

By |February 29th, 2016|Suggestions|0 Comments|

How Often Should You Change Air Filters

Does Your Air Filter Need To Be Changed?

Changing furnace and return air filters is critical to the proper performance of your HVAC system, not to mention your home’s air quality. Studies show that indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental health risks? We know it’s the last thing on your mind, but this is really important stuff. Changing the air filters is not all that hard for most homeowners, but there are usually two challenges to actually completing this job:

Knowing just how often to change your furnace or air conditioner filter.
Remembering to change air filters when needed.

When To Change Your Air Filters

This is not a trick; simply put – when your air filters are dirty, change them. Choosing how often to change your air filters can depend on several factors:

Type of filter your A/C system requires
The overall air quality of your home
Pets – Birds, cats, dogs, hamsters (do you have one?), etc.
Number of occupants in the house
General air pollution in the your city or construction taking place nearby

For your typical 1″-3″ air filters, the manufacturer specs basically say to change them bi-monthly, which is in fact a great rule of thumb. However, general guidelines are not applicable to all. If you have to tolerate light to moderate allergies, you may need to upgrade the air filter or change them even more regularly than typical specifications. On the other hand, if you’re in a remote area, own a infrequently occupied home (like a vacation home) or an area where there are fewer cars around, replacing your air filters each year may be quite sufficient. Why do pets matter so much? They have a tendency to shed, which can [...]

By |February 24th, 2016|Suggestions|0 Comments|