Goffstown, NH was first granted in 1734 as a Massachusetts township and named “Narragansett No. 4” by then New Hampshire and Massachusetts Governor. The township was disputed between the two states but meant for soldiers who fought in the Narragansett War. Ultimately, the town was too barren for the soldiers and renamed “Shovestown” temporarily (likely due to the bickering between NH and MA) before new settlers came to the area.
If septic trouble is making you want to shove someone, hold off and pick up the phone. Call Wind River Environmental for all of your troubles (septic related) and we promise we’ll save you a fight.
The Piscataquog River bisects the main village of Goffstown and provided water for several industries in the 1800s. In 1817 the town had twenty sawmills, seven grain mills, two textile mills and a cotton factory. While we’re used to dealing with water a little (a lot) dirtier, our industry revolves around it as well. So, let’s help keep tradition alive by servicing the septic tanks of Goffstown.
Call us today and we can provide care for everyone’s septic tanks, no matter the problem (no shoving needed). Septic inspections, septic pumping, drain cleaning, pipelining and much more!
Wind River Environmental is committed to extending the life of your septic system. We provide a variety of services including drain cleaning, septic pumping, grease trap cleaning and much more.