Drain Services in Brockton, MA
Everett J. Prescott. Was established in 1955 in Gardiner, Maine. As the 1st waterworks distributor N of Massachusetts, we offered water-main tapping and installation, and underground boring. The 1960's proved to be a decade of development, improvement and expansion for EJP. We introduced the 1st factory-direct trucking business for cast iron pipe in New England and expanded our fleet of trucks and our product line. The 1970's brought tremendous growth, EJP's 1st two branches-in Concord, New Hampshire, and Montpelier, Vermont-were opened. In 1978, EJP began another business, Quality Water Products (QWP) in South Barre, Massachusetts.
read moreEvery Friday, at 12:00 Noon Eastern Time, Everett J. Prescott Inc. will offer free highly informative webinars focusing on topics surrounding drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater. Provide your utility with the products and service you need. We take pride in delivering these products and services on a timely basis and at a competitive price, while still providing top quality! Stay current with our industry events and seminars. Focusing on water, wastewater, and stormwater best practices; these events are meant to educate and challenge the status quo.
read moreEmergency Specialists We have a full-time, on-call service department ready to respond to your emergency, day or night. Don't Hesitate to Call! Due to the unpredictable nature of the waterworks industry, we offer 24-hour emergency service, for those worst possible moments. A true emergency demands fast response. We have specially equipped trucks, experienced personnel and the necessary material to assist you when the need arises. The Prescott companies recognize that safeguarding the health and welfare of employees must be stressed strongly.
read moreWe have continually increased the services available to you, our valued customer, to the point where we offer the most complete and extensive service department in the business. Listed below are the services available; some are for both water and sewer applications. End users expect their water departments to respond immediately to an interruption in service, regardless of the time? We realize, too, that some towns and contractors cannot justify purchasing costly service equipment for the minimal use it would receive each year.
read moreThe AMERICAN Fastite joint, furnished in sizes 4" to 64", is a flexible, rubber ring compression-type joint used extensively in underground service for water, sewage or other liquids. It has the proven long-life and high-strength qualities inherent in pipe produced centrifugally in accordance with AWWA C151. In addition, this significant AMERICAN development, a dependable, single gasket, push-on type joint meeting the requirements of AWWA C111, affords the customer lower joint cost and time-saving advantages in installation.