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

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for coupeville, wa

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 9 customer reviews

Very professional

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Great service

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Excellent

Knowledgeable and very helpful. Answered all my questions and took the time to thoroughly review my system.

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Great service for an after hours call.

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great service

We called one day and was offered service the following day. Unusual on Whidbey Island. We had been waiting three weeks to schedule the work to be done.

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Very good job with thorough, friendly service

Brenden did a good job representing a company that we have used and plan to continue using for our heating and plumbing needs.

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Well done

We enjoy having Jake in our home. He is efficient, personable and knowledgeable. Prices are on the high side, but we chose not to cut corners on infrastructure for our home.

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Davis cook

Great service. Very nice guy.

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Job Locations
for coupeville, wa

Davis C.

Davis C. Job Checkin

Arrived onsite customer just moved into the home and discovered that the home get very cold in a couple rooms due to there being no sources of heat in those areas except for a fireplace. Provided pricing to install a three head mini split system one head would go in the living area another head would go in the addition living space, the last head would go in the master bedroom. Customer is unsure if they would want a third head in the master bedroom so I also included a price for a two head Mitsubishi mini split system. Both estimates are the hyper heat model of Mitsubishi mini split. These models do a very good job of heating and they also have the benefit of ac. Line-set and electrical would be run in the attic. Outside unit would be on the same side as the electrical panel. Pricing does not include a breaker panel upsize if needed. If you have any questions feel free to contact our office they will put you in contact with either me or Steve. Thank you for choosing CPI Plumbing and


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

The floor around the base of toilet in basement was wet and discolored. I provided options to pull and reset the toilet. I also provided options to replace the toilet. Pamela wants to have a water damage company check out the potential water damage before making a decision on the toilet options.


Brannigan B.

Brannigan B. Job Checkin

Turned the water off to the house and drained down the system. Removed and replaced ten plunger style stops throughout the home with brass 1/4 turn angle stops. Replaced escutcheons, compression nuts, ferrules and supply lines. Added quarter turn straight stop to outdoor faucet side of reverse osmosis system for water recovery. Slowly turned water on to the house and checked for leaks. Verified new shut off valves are free of leaks. Thank you for choosing CPI Plumbing & Heating!


Jose G.

Jose G. Job Checkin

Performed work as proposed. Turned off power to the water heater and then turned off incoming water at the meter and drained house down. Cut into main line in crawlspace And drilled hole in crawl space to stub out into the garage to plumb into water softener system. And then stubbed 1 inch pex line back into crawlspace after going through softener system and reconnected to mainline creating a loop to the softener and back to the main. Ran the drain line out and tapped into the nearby downspout. Once the softener was fully installed we then programmed softener to appropriate softening settings. Double checked all our water connections for any water leaks, no leaks at this time. Turned power back on to the water heater. Cleaned up all work areas. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating. Note: There was a factory defect on the brine tank hose going to the softener, the hose had a pinhole leak which I made the customer aware of. Informed him we will have to get a replacement.


Brannigan B.

Brannigan B. Job Checkin

Please print paper copy and mail. The original tub was already demoed from its spot in the bathroom. Under the rim of the tub I placed wood backing to level it then underneath the tub mixed and poured thin set concrete mortar mix to support the bottom side because the floor is uneven and partial side of the tub is not sitting on the ground this mortar mix will help support the tub from breaking down in the future from the fiberglass. Redid the waste and overflow to match the new tabs drain and it’s overflow. Connected tabs waste piping and tested for leaks. Pre-drilled fiberglass flange and set screws and leveling the tub. All remaining finished work of tile drywall and flooring will be done by somebody else and is not responsible by Cpi


Coady P.

Coady P. Job Checkin

Removed Electric tankless water heater in garage. Provided and installed new Bradford White 50 gallon LP atmospheric water heater to code. Gas and vent connections were already existing from previous tank style water heater. Provided and installed new water softener and pre filter. Set hardness level to 31 grains. Removed leaking shower drain in master bathroom and replaced with new. Tested all fixtures for leaks. Hard water particles have caused low flow out of master bathroom lav sink. Customer will replace. Customer will need to have electrician remove 40 amp lines for old water heater and install outlet in crawlspace for water softener. Customer averages 28-30 psi working pressure. Gave option for booster pump installation.


Andy S.

Andy S. Job Checkin

Customer has 3 lavatory faucets and 1 kitchen faucet that they need replaced. Disconnect and remove existing kitchen faucet and install new customer supplied Moen kitchen faucet. Remove 3 existing lavatory faucets and drain assemblies. Install 3 new customer supplied 2 handle lavatory faucets and drain assemblies. Install 3 new CPI supplied p-traps. Had to install CPI supplied supply lines and adapter fittings to be able to reach shut off valve from faucet. No leaks present. No warranty on customer supplied products. Thank you for choosing CPI.


Blake A.

Blake A. Job Checkin

Dispatched to 83 Madrona Heights Road in Coupeville for annual plumbing safety and maintenance inspection. Tested all fixtures in 3 bathroom home for proper function and drainage. All under sink waste piping is free of leaks and all fixtures are receiving satisfactory temperature and flow. Discovered incoming water pressure of 85psi and provided option for a pressure regulating valve. Noted 30 grains of hardness in water. Was told by homeowner they have an existing maintenance plan on softener unit. Advised homeowner that filters may need to be changed. Tested all 1/4 turn emergency stops and found them all to be functional. Advised homeowner that plunger style emergency stops may leak if they have not been exercised regularly. Did not test plunger style stops per homeowner request. Provided option to upgrade 11 plunger style stops throughout the home. Homeowner noted that main water emergency shut off is not functional. Provided option to replace existing gate valve main water shut o


Coady P.

Coady P. Job Checkin

Day 1 of project. Removed Eco smart electric tankless. Provided and installed new 50 gallon propane atmospheric water heater, to code. Provided and installed water softener and pre filter. Will return 10/21/20 to fill and program softener and flush fixtures.


Jake P.

Jake P. Job Checkin

I shut down the water and removed the old leaking Delta shower valve. I provided and installed a new Delta rough in valve with new pex piping. The old toilet was a 10 inch rough from the wall I relocated the drain for a 12 inch rough toilet.


Blake A.

Blake A. Job Checkin

Dispatched to 748 North Skymeadow Drive in Coupeville for annual safety and maintenance inspection. Tested all fixtures for proper function and drainage. All under sink waste piping is free of leaks and all fixtures are receiving satisfactory pressure. A plunger style fixture stop leaked slowly upon testing and could not be turned off completely. Advised homeowner that this leak would be ongoing and should be addressed urgently. Provided option to replace 10 plunger style stops throughout the home. Did not exercise any other plunger style stops and no other stops are currently leaking. Flushed tankless hot water heater with vinegar for 30 minutes, then drained vinegar from unit. Crawl space piping is in satisfactory condition and all visible water piping is insulated as required by code. Main water shut off valve is functional. Discovered incoming water pressure in excess of 80psi and provided option for installation of a pressure regulating valve. Noted that washing machine hoses are


Jose G.

Jose G. Job Checkin

Performed work as proposed. Hooked up hot and cold water connections to owner supplied hot and cold outside hose bibs (x2) Had to cut back on copper connections on hose bib, then sweated on copper and pex fittings to then make connections to 1/2” pex water lines. Once connections were made I then turned water back on to test for leaks. Double checked all water connections, no leaks at this time. Insulated 1/2“ water lines. Customer decided to leave gas line as is, will use other 1/2” gas line that is already existing. Cleaned up work area. Thank you for choosing CPI plumbing and heating.


8194@cpiplumbing.com

8194@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Arrived on site. I greeted Ms. Walkush and asked where the issue was. She informed me that her only toilet was not flushing. She explained that the issue had started a couple of days ago with her toilet and that all other drains were draining properly. I preformed toilet auguring with the closet augur. After auguring for over ten minutes the toilet would still not flush. So I removed the toilet from the flange to inspect the trap inside of the toilet. There was not an obstruction inside of the trap Nor an obstruction in the flange. I then preformed an inspection of her drainage pipes with a camera up to her septic tank to ensure there were no obstructions or damages along the line. The line was in great condition with out any damage or obstructions. After the camera inspection we concluded that her toilet was no longer usable. We then replaced her existing toilet with a new Kohler Cimmaron Elongated Toilet. The new toilet was set into place and caulked to floor. We removed the old toi


Brannigan B.

Brannigan B. Job Checkin

Cut out 3’’ waste section of drain pipe that is back graded and creating a belly in it. This section is full of waste water and is leaking in the dirt under the house. Turn the water off to the house and had them open every faucet and flush every toilet. This is a precaution for when I cut into the mainline I don’t have wastewater dumping on me. Gathered all necessary tools and material then crawled underneath the house and cut section of 3 inch ABS sewer pipe that was leaking and back graded. Then raised up the Main 3’’ waste trunk lines an 1-1/2’’. With the main trunk line raised a re-pipe the section of waste pipe that I had originally cut out. Allowed enough time for the glue to set. I turned the water back on and found zero leaks on the waste pipe.


Brannigan B.

Brannigan B. Job Checkin

In the mechanical room next to the holding tank of water there is equipment in there for water treatment they are pulling water out of the ground for the facility and the fire suppression system. Even though they are softening and cleaning the water they are not disinfecting at as it comes out of the ground. After the water softener I installed a UV filter, I accomplished this by turning off the water and opening the bypass so the facility so they can still have access to water while I work. I mounted the UV filter on the wall along with the control panel. I cut into the 1 inch copper waterline that supplies the water softener. I diverted the waterline to go and UV filter and then out of the UV filter back to the softener. I also added a secondary bypass with isolation valves for the UV filter. Reversed all of the valves and got water flowing through the new filter. Follow the start up instructions before plugging in the filters bulb. Left the extra UV bulb there above the electrical p