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Today, as the importance of environmental sustainability takes center stage, RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating is proud to lead the charge in offering green plumbing solutions in Mariners Harbor, NY. Our community is becoming increasingly conscious of its environmental impact, and we believe businesses should mirror this consciousness.
Our green plumbing solutions aren’t just services; they’re a commitment. A commitment to the environment, to the future of our planet, and to the well-being of the residents of Richmond County. Every service we provide aims to reduce environmental impact without compromising efficiency or quality.
The ethos of RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating revolves around more than just business; it’s about creating a sustainable future for upcoming generations. So, when you choose our services, you’re investing in a vision—a greener, brighter future for Mariners Harbor, NY. Want to know more about our commitment to this cause? Reach out to us at 646-996-5806.
Transparent Pricing: No surprises, no hidden charges. We provide a detailed cost breakdown before starting, ensuring you’re fully informed and comfortable.
Long-term Solutions: Instead of quick fixes, we focus on providing solutions that stand the test of time, reducing the need for frequent maintenance.
In-Depth Consultation: Before we begin any work, our experts spend time understanding your home’s layout, current plumbing infrastructure, and your specific requirements.
Going green with your plumbing doesn’t just mean a reduced carbon footprint; it brings with it a plethora of benefits that homeowners and businesses in Richmond County can enjoy. At RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating, we’ve meticulously crafted our services in Mariners Harbor, NY to ensure you reap these benefits:
Additionally, our team at RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating remains ever updated on the latest in green plumbing advancements. So, residents of Richmond County are assured of cutting-edge solutions that are both efficient and environmentally friendly. Interested? Dial 646-996-5806 to explore our range of services.
Being at the vanguard of green plumbing solutions isn’t just about offering services—it’s about shaping mindsets and setting trends. At RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating, we see ourselves as more than just a service provider; we’re ambassadors for sustainability in Mariners Harbor, NY.
Our commitment to sustainability resonates in every facet of our business. We not only adopt the latest environmentally-friendly practices but also ensure our team is equipped with the knowledge and resources to excel in this domain. Our intensive training programs delve into the nuances of green plumbing, ensuring our technicians bring both skill and a passion for the environment to the job.
Moreover, RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating is actively involved in community outreach programs across Richmond County. By collaborating with local businesses and hosting informational sessions, we aim to amplify the importance of sustainable practices. Through education and service, we envision a Mariners Harbor that’s eco-aware and actively invested in creating a sustainable future. Together, with your support, we can make Mariners Harbor, NY a beacon of environmental consciousness. Choose RB Mechanical Plumbing and Heating, choose sustainability.
The neighborhood is named for its 19th-century harvesting of oysters and other seafood products from the Kill Van Kull, which forms the neighborhood’s northern border (Elm Park and Port Ivory lie to the east and west, respectively, while Graniteville is to the south). Later developments included shipbuilding, repair and marine salvage work. Fishing activity declined due to pollution during the 20th century. The Mariners Harbor Yacht Club remains as a reminder of the community’s maritime past. Erastina was the first rail station built here in 1886 and named for Erastus Wiman, the promoter who helped the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad to enter New York via Staten Island. Vacant land nearby was used for staging Buffalo Bill’s “Wild West Show”, generating over 10,000 additional passengers from the St. George Ferry Terminal over the new rail line. Erastina became Mariners Harbor soon after Wiman fell from public favor due to scandal and bankruptcy. There are three other stations along the North Shore branch of the Staten Island Railway at Lake Avenue, Harbor Road, and Arlington. Passenger service on this line was discontinued on March 31, 1953. An important rail customer was Arthur Dreyer & Sons Lumber and Coal Co. near Union Avenue bridge. Remnants of the site are visible today by the coal silos. The western portion of this line was rebuilt, and is now used by freight trains traveling between New Jersey and the Howland Hook Marine Terminal in Port Ivory.Eastern Mariners Harbor Houses along Union Avenue in Mariners Harbor
Mariners Harbor was home to large shipping and dry dock companies in the first half of the 20th century, including Bethlehem Steel, which owned a considerable portion of land in the area with headquarters along the waterfront on Richmond Terrace across from Mersereau Avenue and Brewers Dry Dock. Bethlehem Staten Island built United States Navy Destroyers during World War II. Currently, two tugboat companies-K-Sea and McAllister-operate in the area as do a number of smaller dry docks, Great Lakes Dredge and Dock, and Mariners Harbor Cargo Terminal. The John McAllister tug boat was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
The West Shore Little League and Public School 44 also are part of the neighborhood. The former Cross Paper Plant sits on the edge of the area and now is used as rental space for other small business. In recent years a large amount of shopping has been built up in stretch of Forest Avenue from Lake Avenue to South Avenue, revitalizing the area and bringing new traffic concerns.Learn more about Mariners Harbor.