Providing The Best Plumbing and Heating Services in Prides Crossing MA for 100 Years and Counting
Licensed Plumbers and Heating Technicians
Our Prides Crossing Plumbers
Waldman Plumbing and Heating, Inc. has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. That translates into a century of experience in heating and plumbing services. The company was founded on a simple premise – professional, friendly plumbing and heating service that other plumbing and heating companies simply don‘t deliver. Our prompt service and family friendly attitude is why we are your best choice for your plumbing and heating needs in the Prides Crossing area.
Prides Crossing Massachusetts Bathtubs
Taking into consideration the amount of time that will be spent in your own bathtub, making the right choice is important. Our bathroom fixture repair and Prides Crossing remodeling technicians have superior knowledge on bathtub brands and different types and styles of tubs. We are happy to answer any questions you may have or give our advice in regards to use, function, efficiency, aesthetic appeal, or any other area of tub knowledge that we can give you. Don’t let the constraints of your existing bathroom limit you from installing the bathtub that you want.
Jeff Waldman and his crew are unbelievable
Prides Crossing Massachusetts Expert Heating Technicians
Our Prides Crossing heating technicians are dedicated to superior customer service. Whether you need a heating system replacement or simple maintenance work, our heating specialists will be with you from start to finish. Expect cleanliness and the best service from Waldman’s technicians. We offer a wide range of heating installations, repairs, and maintenance contracts for residential and commercial customers alike. Over a century of experience makes us the experts on quality heating systems.
About Prides Crossing Massachusetts
This historic section of Beverly, Massachusetts has a long line of interesting history. The area was originally named after John Pride, who was granted land in 1636 which would later become part of the town. In the early 1900s grand mansions were built to attract wealthy business owners during the summer. Soon many notable men such as Henry Clay Frick, owner of Carnegie Steel, and Edward Carelton Swift, owner of the largest meat packing plant in the U.S., began to call the community home during the summer months. It has been said that these wealthy businessmen would ride into town in their own rail cars. Today, the train station still exists.