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We serve Brockton MA

We serve Brockton MA.

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Call us: (508) 588-851

Greeno Plumbing & Heating Inc. is based in West Bridgewater MA. We serve Brockton MA with plumbing and heating services. Other towns we serve includeBridgewater MA,  East Bridgewater MA, West Bridgewater

MA, Raynham MA, Taunton MA, Easton MA, Whitman MA, Pembroke MA, Avon MA, Abington MA, Halifax MA, Middleborough MA, Norton MA, Mansfield MA, Stoughton MA, Sharon MA, and Attleboro MA. We offer drain cleaning, gas piping, emergency repairs, water piping, water heater service and installation, tankless water heaters, and kitchen remodeling.

Customers can call us for all kinds of plumbing and heating issues, including:

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Into Brockton 11-15-2013

Plumbing Service, Clogged Drain, Drain Cleaning, Water Heater Replacement, Leaky Faucet, Leaky Pipes, Clogged Toilet, Hot Water Problems, Kitchen Sink, Burst Pipe, Water Line Service, Sink Installation, Tub Installation, Laundry Room Plumbing, Water Heater Installation, Tankless Water Heater System, Water Filtration System, Pipe Installation, Water Softening System, and Toilet Installation.

We have consistently earned high marks from both Angie’s List and the Better Business Bureau.

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About Brockton

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City Hall Brockton

Brockton is located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts and has a Mayor-Council form of government.

The city prides itself on its diversity of cultures, and is home to approximately 100,000 residents. Present day Brockton was first settled in the 17th century and was originally known as North Bridgewater – a geographic area that is today comprised of the communities of Brockton, West Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, and Bridgewater. Brockton became a city in 1881.

Farms gave way to factories, and Brockton became an epicenter of the shoe and textile industries, earning the name “Shoe City.” At the dawn of the 20th century, the city had a population of 40,000; and more than 6,000 people were employed in over 100 separate shoe manufacturing entities.

Named one of the Best Communities for Young People three times (2010, 2008, and 2005), Brockton is home to an award-winning public school system. Brockton High School, the largest high school in New England and one of the biggest in the nation, has more than 4,200 and has twice been named one of America’s Best High School’s by U.S. News & World Report. The City has also been home to Massasoit Community College for more than 40 years.

In addition to Massasoit Community College, Brockton is also located near two four-year institutes of higher education institutions. Bridgewater State University is located 10 miles from the city, and has over 90 undergraduate and graduate courses of study.

Stonehill College, located in nearby Easton, has over 2,300 students enrolled in more than 80 rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields.

Brockton also has a growing commercial base. In addition to convenient shopping destinations like Westgate Mall, there are also a variety of restaurants and eateries that offer a culinary tour of the world without straying too far from home. The Brockton Brightfields, located at East Union and Grove streets, is also one of the largest solar arrays in New England.

There are also a wealth of cultural and recreation opportunities in the city — from golf courses and open spaces to museums. The Fuller Craft Museum, located on Oak Street, is billed as New England’s only ahome for contemporary craft.

The Brockton Historical Society also operates a complex of museums along Route 27. The trio of sites is each dedicated to a separate facet of the city’s long history – the shoe industry, fire fighting, and an early homestead.

Now in its 63rd season, the Brockton Symphony Orchestra also entertains audiences throughout the city all year long. The Brockton Public Library offers a variety of programs and servicesfor residents of all ages.

Dubbed the City of Champions for its rich sports history, Brockton was the hometown of boxing greats Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler. Today, Campanelli Stadium, located on Feinberg Way, is home to the Brockton Rox. The team competes in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League. The adjacent Shaw’s Center is also ideal for functions and corporate events.

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