Greenwich was settled in 1640. One of its founders was Elizabeth Fones Winthrop, daughter-in-law of John Winthrop, founder and Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Greenwich Point was once known as “Elizabeth’s Neck,” in honor of the late Ms. Fones. If there are other parts of Greenwich named for other parts of its founder, they remain a mystery to this day.
We can’t solve every mystery. But if you’ve got one that involves the safe and efficient operation of your septic system, we’re the ones to call. And not to brag (ok, maybe to brag a little), but Kaiser-Battistone has a perfect track record: we have never left a septic system mystery unsolved. And we owe that to great detective work from our first-class detectives. We should clarify again that our detectives specialize in septic mysteries (not to be called for broken TVs, who took the last cookie from the cookie jar, tracking down your long-lost aunt, etc.)
So, let us solve the mystery that is your septic tank, and give us a call today! We do it all – septic pumping, septic inspections, preventative maintenance, pipelining, drain cleaning, plumbing services, and more!
As Connecticut’s leading septic pumping and drain cleaning company, we serve these nearby towns in CT and NY: Stamford 06831, Port Chester 10573, Rye Brook 10573, North Castle 10504, and Harrison 10528.
Greenwich, CT 06830