2101 Ross Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

Wicked Plumbing

Wicked Plumbing Service

Wicked Plumbing

228 Lepes Rd
Somerset Massachusetts 02726
United States

(508) 272-1196

Business Description

Wicked Plumbing is your go-to plumber in Somerset, MA. Wicked Plumbing provides top-quality plumbing services. Plumbing issues can disrupt your daily life, but our experienced team is here to help. From kitchen to bathroom plumbing, we've got you covered. Slow or clogged drains? Our experts will remove them professionally. Hot water problems? We can provide fast water heater replacement or repair. We also install water filtration systems to provide clean tap water. We are the best choice for plumbing repair because our technicians provide unmatched service and high quality. Serving communities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Wicked Plumbing is your trusted partner for hassle-free plumbing solutions.

Business Hours

MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
FridayOpen 24 Hours
SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
SundayOpen 24 Hours

Social Profiles

People Love

0 reviews

About Somerset

Somerset is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 18,303 at the 2020 census. It is the birthplace and hometown of Clifford Milburn Holland (1883–1924), the chief engineer and namesake of the Holland Tunnel in New York City. Somerset is a part of the South Coast region of Massachusetts which encompasses the communities that surround Buzzards Bay (excluding the Elizabeth Islands, Bourne and Falmouth), Mount Hope Bay and the Sakonnet River. == History == Somerset was first settled in 1677 on the Shawomet lands, and was officially incorporated in 1790. It was named for Somerset Square in Boston, which was, in turn, named for the county of Somerset in England. It was once a vital shipping point, and after the War of 1812 it was one of America's chief distribution points. In 1872, it became the site of a major coal port, and in the early 20th century a large cannery existed in the town. However, as neighboring Fall River's industry grew, it absorbed much of Somerset's, and the town took on more of a suburban character. In fact, the town's population grew during the Great Depression, as many people from Fall River and other localities moved to the suburb.

Neighborhoods in Somerset, Massachusetts

Things to do in Somerset, Massachusetts