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Greater Nashville Plumbing

We get it done so you can get back to your life. Davidson & surrounding counties' most reliable emergency pluming service, available 24/7/365 Greater Nashville Plumbing. We are your local plumbers ready to handle your emergency plumbing needs! Clogs, leak

Greater Nashville Plumbing

2427b Antioch Pike
Antioch Tennessee 37011
United States

(615) 813-8048

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We are your local plumbers ready to face your clogs, leaks, frozen pipes, pool services and plumbing emergencies. We serve all of Nashville, TN. Our name "Greater Nashville Plumbing", means exactly that. We are available wherever you live! We are happy to provide emergency plumbing services in Davidson, Cheatham and Dickson, Robertson Rutherford Sumner Williamson, Wilson Counties, and Rutherford Sumner.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
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About Antioch

Antioch is a neighborhood of Nashville located approximately 12 miles (19 km) southeast of Downtown Nashville. It is served by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. == History == The community known as Antioch began at the convergence of Antioch Pike, Hickory Hollow Parkway, Blue Hole Road, and Mt. View Road. The original town of Antioch began with a church located at Mill Creek in 1810. Antioch was a commuter town because workers traveled to and from downtown Nashville. From the beginning, the town provided immediate services like a post office and general store. For planning purposes, the community was given the name Antioch–Priest Lake because the study area encompassed areas near J. Percy Priest Lake and the neighborhoods that grew from the heart of Antioch in the early 19th century. In 1810, the First Baptist Church was organized in the area near Mill Creek. Then in 1820, a large landowner by the name of Charles Hays donated land for the church to build on, and began referring to it as the "Church at Antioch," giving the village its name.

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