We serve Norton MA.
Greeno Plumbing & Heating Inc. is based in West Bridgewater MA. We serve Norton MA, Bridgewater MA, East Bridgewater MA, West Bridgewater MA, Raynham MA, Taunton MA, Easton MA, Brockton MA, Whitman MA, Pembroke MA, Avon MA, Abington MA, Halifax MA, Middleborough MA, Mansfield MA, Stoughton MA, Sharon MA, and Attleboro MA. Our services include 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:
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.
The area known today as the Town of Norton in Bristol County was originally part of the Taunton North Purchase. As more families settled in this area, the people wanted to either form their own town or a separate precinct. The main reasons for this were the distances they had to travel and the poor roads that made it most inconvenient to attend church services in Taunton. The settlers petitioned for a minister, a church, and the right to become a precinct. Thus in 1709, this area became known as the North Precinct of Taunton.
On June 12, 1711, the said North Precinct of Taunton was incorporated as the Town of Norton. The town built its first church on the Norton Common. Rev. Joseph Avery was ordained as the first minister of the First Church of Christ in Norton. In later years, Mansfield and Easton were formed from the north and east sections of Norton.
Norton’s composition is unique, as it was developed as villages. The villages originally were Chartley, Norton Center, Barrowsville, Norton Furnace, Crane’s, E. Norton and Winnecunnet. Each village formed with its own characteristics and heritage. Some villages had their own post offices, railroad stations, fire stations and schools. Some of the villages were composed of immigrant groups depending on the industries that evolved in the area.
For a complete pictoral history of Norton, pick up a copy of the book “Images of America – Norton” written by our own historians Ruth E. Goold and George A. Yelle. The book is available at the Norton Historical Society at 18 W. Main Street.