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    Plumbing Services Port Arthur TX

    Plumbing systems are used to conveniently bring water and gas into our residential and commercial properties, while also safely removing waste from our spaces. We rely on our plumbing to do everything from washing our dishes, to doing our laundry, and even brushing our teeth. Whenever there is a disruption in the functionality of your plumbing, completing these normal tasks can become impossible. The team at Spindletop Plumbing offers the most reliable and affordable plumbing services in Port Arthur, TX. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our team.

    Gas Line Services Port Arthur TX

    If you detect a gas leak, are unable to get a gas appliance to work, or experience any other issue with a gas line connected to your residential or commercial space, Spindletop Plumbing can help! Our team of licensed and insured plumbers are highly trained and experienced when it comes to servicing and repairing gas lines. We supply to most reliable gas line services in Port Arthur, TX. Contact us today to learn more about the plumbing and gas line services we offer.

    Water Heater Repairs Port Arthur TX

    Whether you are a home or business owner, hot water plays an important role in your space. Not only does hot water add comfort to your space, it also aids in the ability to maintain a clean environment. Unfortunately, whenever water heaters become outdated or damaged, you may notice an inability to get an adequate amount of hot water in your space. The team at Spindletop Plumbing is dedicated to providing the most affordable and reliable water heater repairs in Port Arthur, TX. Contact us today to learn more about the services we offer and how we can help you!

    About Port Arthur TX

    Aurora was an early settlement attempt near the mouth of Taylor Bayou on Sabine Lake, about 14 miles (23 km) long and 7 miles (11 km) wide. It is a saltwater estuary formed by the confluence of the Neches and Sabine Rivers. Through its tidal outlet, 5-mile-long (8 km) Sabine Pass, Sabine Lake drains some 50,000 sq mi (100,000 km2) of Texas and Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico.

    The town was conceived in 1837, and in 1840 promoters led by Almanzon Huston were offering town lots for sale. Some were sold, but Huston’s project failed to attract many settlers. The area next was known as “Sparks”, after John Sparks, who moved his family to the shores of Sabine Lake near the site of Aurora. The ……