Copper Canyon Heating, Cooling & Plumbing
Serving Your Community’s Needs Since 1980
At Strittmatter, we are ready to meet all of your air conditioning, heating, and plumbing needs in Copper Canyon, TX. Our highly trained, experienced Super Techs put a priority in you and your family’s comfort. We can service, repair, maintain and replace all makes and models of heating, cooling and plumbing equipment. The best part is that we charge the same great rate from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Whether we are there for 2 hours or 8 hours, you still pay the same price. Our flat-rate pricing allows you to choose the level of repair that works best for your budget. We also guarantee that we will go above and beyond to make sure you are satisfied.
Call us today at (972) 734-1105 to find out about our maintenance agreements and to schedule your precision tune-up for your air conditioning, heating, and plumbing system.
Committed to Your Needs
As a homeowner, your house is your most significant investment. It’s where you and your family go to sleep every night, wake up every morning, and enjoy meals together. As such, you deserve only the best home services available. We offer top-of-the-line modern HVAC and plumbing services at affordable prices. In addition, all of our Super Techs are well trained and adhere to only the highest values. In short, we treat your home as if it was our own.
Our services include:
- Air conditioning
- Indoor air quality
- Water heaters
- Sewer and drains
- Leak detection
- Bathroom plumbing
- Kitchen plumbing
- Roofing insurance
Copper Canyon, TX
Copper Canyon is a town in Denton County, Texas, United States. Copper Canyon was founded in April 1973. Irving, Texas was the first to have their eyes set on Annexing the land of now Copper Canyon and Flower Mound.
The first mayor was Robert Woodin. The first marshal was Bob Shackelford. Council meetings were held in homes until 1978, when Bob Shackelford and Bill Ferris began planning an official town hall be constructed. Many residents chipped in materials and hard work to build the town hall, designed by Bob Shackelford and nicknamed “Moonshiner’s Shack.”
City Established: 1973
Population Size: 1457