1900 Railroad Ave
Mt Vernon, WA , WA 98273
360-219-9468

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 2 customer reviews

Excellent Service!

Everything was well done. Great people.

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Great

Coady did a great job. Water is back up and running.

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Brenden T.

Brenden T. Job Checkin

Arrived onsite due to customer complaint of no heat inside their home. Began our furnace diagnostic by reading the flashing code on the control panel which gave us 3 short blinks followed by 3 long blinks (Status Code 33). Went through the system safety’s and all of them tested out. We found the flame rollout switch to be tripped so we reset it. Set call for heat on the thermostat and the unit kicked on. Unit was putting out 100 degree air. CO measurements in the exhaust flu rapidly increased over 1500ppm until combustion analyzer reached over maximum capacity. These measurements and then tripped the high limit indicating likely plugging of the secondary heat exchanger which is common to this model. While some manufacturers warranty may still exist it would have to be provided by a carrier dealer. Given the age of the equipment we recommend a replacement. Pricing for a replacement was included. Based on the measurements we took the unit is unsafe to use. We have disconnected the gas


Jose G.

Jose G. Job Checkin

Performed work as proposed to install new main water service line. Dug trench 18 inches deep from water hydrant to crawl space. Installed with 3/4” brass tee with adapter to hook up air compressor for winterization. Installed 3/4” pex line and hooked up in crawl space. Turned water on to test for any leaks. No leaks at this time. Installed blue tracer wire with water service line. Began to backfill while compacting every 12 inches. Once we had the trench back filled we then raked out the area to make it look the best we could. Cleaned up all remaining garbage. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating.


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

We looked around the complex and found multiple cleanouts. The blockage is between the back toilet and the cleanout. I pulled the toilet and cleared the blockage. The two apartments have back to back toilets. This makes drain cleaning very difficult. It took several attempts to go down the drain and not hit the neighbors toilet. It was uncertain what caused the blockage. The flange for the toilet was in poor condition and the floor was extremely wet. As per Glenn I set the toilet on the existing flange. The floor is so wet I was unable to caulk the toilet. Glenn is going to replace the floor and the flange next week. * No warranty or guarantee on drain cleaning. * No warranty on the setting of the toilet. * No warranty on existing plumbing system.


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

Master bathroom: I provided and installed a new Kohler comfort height elongated toilet in white complete with a new emergency shut off valve, bolts, wax, and supply line. Basement bathroom: I installed and owner supplied multi piece shower head. Club Membership: I performed the plumbing maintenance and safety inspection as per the expired membership.


Andy S.

Andy S. Job Checkin

Customer complaint of gas leak. Customer had another plumbing company replace the water heater not too long ago and I believe they might have bumped the gas line. Turn gas on at propane tank. Use gas sniffer and found Leak at gas tite fitting just downstream of wall flange in garage. Turn gas off. Reseal gas tite fitting and check for leaks. No leaks present with gas sniffer. Use soap bubbles to ensure there are no leaks. No warranty on work done today since I didn’t use any parts. Thank you for choosing CPI! Customer would like receipt sent to their physical address


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Dispatch normal hours as quoted Septic lid diagnostic Found septic tank under pressure full beyond capacity able to remove middle lid Alarm is not activated Strongly recommend septic company with pump truck to assess problem with septic Secured lid for safety purposes


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Dispatch normal hours as quoted Septic lid diagnostic Found septic tank under pressure full beyond capacity able to remove middle lid Alarm is not activated Strongly recommend septic company with pump truck to assess problem with septic Secured lid for safety purposes


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer request to extend winterization lines closer to crawl space entrance. Gave option to extend lines. Turned off incoming water and cut existing lines as needed. Installed two shut offs for both hot and cold near crawl space. Turned water back on to test for leaks. No leaks at this time. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating.


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer request to extend winterization lines closer to crawl space entrance. Gave option to extend lines. Turned off incoming water and cut existing lines as needed. Installed two shut offs for both hot and cold near crawl space. Turned water back on to test for leaks. No leaks at this time. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating.


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer had leaking 80 gallon amitrol pressure tank. Bladder was blown and tank was full causing well pump to not function properly. Drained as much water from tank as possible. Cut out pex supply piping and capped tank tee. Removed tank and pressure switch. Provided and installed new 80 gallon Pro Flex pressure tank, tank tee, pressure switch, pressure gauge, relief valve and drain valve. Reconnected pex supply piping. Returned power to submersible well pump and pressurized tank. Adjusted pressure to approximately 70psi. Checked for leaks and bled air from system.


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer had leaking 80 gallon amitrol pressure tank. Bladder was blown and tank was full causing well pump to not function properly. Drained as much water from tank as possible. Cut out pex supply piping and capped tank tee. Removed tank and pressure switch. Provided and installed new 80 gallon Pro Flex pressure tank, tank tee, pressure switch, pressure gauge, relief valve and drain valve. Reconnected pex supply piping. Returned power to submersible well pump and pressurized tank. Adjusted pressure to approximately 70psi. Checked for leaks and bled air from system.