We are a family run business, operating plumbing and heating in the Boston area for over a 50 years and now we continue to commit the tradition of excellent service. If you have an emergency, our technicians are 24 hours available, 7 days a week. The company employs 20 plumbers, one carpenter and a support staff of seven at our office, located at 36 Spinelli Place in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


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  City Cambridge, MA
  Zip Code 02138
  Address 36 Spinelli Pl
  Phone Number (617) 864-5050

Plumbers - they have you by the cojones, simple as that. When our disposal died (and by died, I mean it didn't even turn on, just flat out decided to call. Read the full review ›

From Our Website

From installing or repairing plumbing and HVAC systems to kitchen and bathroom remodeling to new construction, Barrell Plumbing & Heating does it all. We also help you with preventive maintenance, so you can avoid leaks and other costly damages or repairs. We are commercial and residential contractors who are licensed and insured, and we can handle projects ranging from new construction to kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Serving the Boston area for over 50 years, we have built a reputation for high-quality craftsmanship and professional, courteous service.


Barrell Plumbing & Heating is known throughout the Cambridge, Massachusetts, area for our expert plumbing and heating contractors. We also have designers on staff to help with remodeling projects. We are always searching for qualified contractors. Candidates must have a good attitude and be able to communicate effectively with customers and co-workers. We offer competitive wages, health and dental insurance, paid vacations, and a Safe Harbor 401(k) plan with an employer matching contribution. Please call or e-mail us to discuss employment opportunities.


In the Cambridge, Massachusetts, area, rely on Barrell Plumbing & Heating to fix clogged pipes, maintain water heaters, and do heating and air-conditioning repair. Our clients always appreciate our work. Check your toilet for leaks at least once a year by adding a small amount of red food coloring to the tank. Later, if the toilet bowl water is red, that means there's a leak and you need to replace the tank ball. Prevent clogs by fitting all your drains with strainers and cleaning the strainers regularly.