We serve Raynham MA
Greeno Plumbing & Heating Inc. is based in West Bridgewater MA. We serve Raynham 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, Norton 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 that is now Raynham, settled in 1639 as a part of Taunton, was founded by Elizabeth Pole, the first woman to found a town in America. In 1652, bog iron was found along the Two Mile (Forge) River. Soon after, the Taunton Iron Works was established by residents James and Henry Leonard. It was the first successful iron works established in what was then Plymouth Colony, and operated from 1656 to 1876. It however, was not the “First Iron Works in America”, as proclaimed on the Town’s official seal, having been predated by iron at Saugus, and Braintree. The success of the Taunton Iron Works however, would lead to the establishment of other iron works throughout the colonies.
Raynham played a key part in King Philip’s War. The Leonards had forged a friendship before the war began with King Philip, who lived in the area. It is said that Philip agreed to spare the town from the mass destruction if the Leonards repaired his troop’s weapons in their iron forge.
The eastern end of Taunton was separated from that town and incorporated as Raynham (named for the English town of Raynham in County of Norfolk, England) on April 2, 1731. Many ships’ hulls were built along the Taunton River in Raynham, which were sailed down the river towards Fall River and Narragansett Bay for final fittings. The town also had other small manufacturing industries, but for the most part it was, and still is, known for its rural and agrarian base.