Council Bluffs 51501, 51502. 51503

Plumbing Service, Repairs, and New Installations in Council Bluffs, IA

plumbing Council BluffsIn and around Council Bluffs, Burton provides all the home plumbing services you need for greater comfort, convenience, and family safety.

From clogged drains and toilets to replacement water heaters and kitchen faucets, Burton is on the job 24/7…because sometimes, the problem just can’t wait until morning

Heating Service, Repairs, and New Furnace Installation Council Bluffs

Today, we give you more options to heat and cool your home. That includes, for example, ductless air systems and geothermal heat pumps here in Council Bluffs. Both are combined heating and cooling systems that provide top notch energy efficiency along with improved indoor comfort, all year long.

Air Conditioning, Service, Repairs, and New AC Installation Council Bluffs

Burton also provides annual preventative maintenance and expert repairs for your home heating and cooling systems. Through preventative maintenance, we can keep your home comfort systems in the best possible working order while helping you reduce your utility bills. And remember: Burton provides 24/7 emergency repair service for plumbing, heating, AND cooling here in Council Bluffs.

Sewer & Drain Cleaning Services Council Bluffs

Burton is one the Greater Omaha and Council Bluffs area’s leading providers of sewer & drain services, including the following:

  • • Sewer clearing
  • • Drain clearing
  • • Sewer repairs
  • • Drain repair
  • • Sewer replacement
  • • Drain replacement
  • • In-line drain video inspection
  • • Trenchless pipe repair
  • • Trenchless pipe replacement
  • • Excavation services

There’s no drain challenge too big or too complex for our experienced crew. Count on it!

Other Home Comfort Solutions from Burton!

Water filtration

Improved Indoor air quality

Commercial plumbing

Programmable thermostats

Tankless water heaters

Facts about Council Bluffs, IA

factCouncil Bluffs was named for meeting that took place On Council Bluff between members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Otoe Tribe of Native Americans. Back then, the land on both sides of the Missouri River was called Council Bluffs.

For a period of time in the mid-nineteenth century, Council Bluffs’ name changed to Miller’s Hollow and Kanesville, the latter after Thomas L. Kane who helped obtain federal permission for a travelling party of Mormons to encamp along the Missouri River throughout the winter of 1846-47 before completing their exodus to Utah.

The city’s was renamed Council Bluffs in 1852 as it continued to be a major outfitting point for prospectors headed west eager for to reap their fortunes during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush.

By the mid-20th century, Council Bluffs had become the country’s 6th largest rail center and was home to such major corporations as Mona Motor Oil, Reliance Batteries, Blue Star Foods, and Frito-Lay. But the restructuring of the the nation’s rail lines changed the whole dynamic of Council Bluffs and, for a time, brought about economic stagnation and a declining population.

Council Bluffs covers a unique topographic region originally composed of prairie and savanna.   Excellent vista points continue to attract locals and tourists to Fairmount Park, the Lincoln Monument, Kirn Park, and the Lewis and Clark Monument, among other favorite destinations. Lake Manawa State Park is located at the southern edge of the city.