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

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for freeland, wa

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 1 customer reviews

All-around great experience

Our cat took a liking to Chris immediately, so it was no surprise that Chris was friendly as well as professional. And he remembered our house from last year's visit.

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Sarah E.

Sarah E. Job Checkin

Performed annual safety and maintenance inspection. Inspected all visible plumbing in the home, tested all faucets, toilets and tubs/showers, tightened all under sink drain piping and tested for leaks. Drained and flushed hot water heater, and Inspected crawlspace condition, water piping and drain condition. The home’s plumbing has no visible imperfections. The hot water heater is a Bradford White 50 gal electric and is 2 years old. The water heater is working as designed.


Aaron E.

Aaron E. Job Checkin

Arrived on site. Customer complaint of electric hot water heater not producing any hot water. Provided the customer various options to diagnose the problem or replace the hot water heater. Conducted a residential electric water heater diagnostic. Upon initial inspection, I noted that the water heater did not have a grounding wire or seismic strapping, the electrical cable was not armored, the temperature and pressure relief valve discharges directly into the crawl space and that no drain pan or drain line was run from the water heater to the outside of the home. Shut off the breaker to the water heater. Checked terminals 1 and 3 to confirm 0 volts. Noted 246 volts with the breaker off. The customer or handyman who was present were not aware that the breaker panel labeled hot water heater does not isolate power supply to the hot water heater. Shut off main power to the home and confirmed 0 volts at the water heater terminals 1 and 3. 0 volts were present. Checked the thermal reset bu


Aaron E.

Aaron E. Job Checkin

Arrived on site. Customer complaint of electric hot water heater not producing any hot water. Provided the customer various options to diagnose the problem or replace the hot water heater. Conducted a residential electric water heater diagnostic. Upon initial inspection, I noted that the water heater did not have a grounding wire or seismic strapping, the electrical cable was not armored, the temperature and pressure relief valve discharges directly into the crawl space and that no drain pan or drain line was run from the water heater to the outside of the home. Shut off the breaker to the water heater. Checked terminals 1 and 3 to confirm 0 volts. Noted 246 volts with the breaker off. The customer or handyman who was present were not aware that the breaker panel labeled hot water heater does not isolate power supply to the hot water heater. Shut off main power to the home and confirmed 0 volts at the water heater terminals 1 and 3. 0 volts were present. Checked the thermal reset bu


Aaron E.

Aaron E. Job Checkin

Arrived on site. Customer complaint of electric hot water heater not producing any hot water. Provided the customer various options to diagnose the problem or replace the hot water heater. Conducted a residential electric water heater diagnostic. Upon initial inspection, I noted that the water heater did not have a grounding wire or seismic strapping, the electrical cable was not armored, the temperature and pressure relief valve discharges directly into the crawl space and that no drain pan or drain line was run from the water heater to the outside of the home. Shut off the breaker to the water heater. Checked terminals 1 and 3 to confirm 0 volts. Noted 246 volts with the breaker off. The customer or handyman who was present were not aware that the breaker panel labeled hot water heater does not isolate power supply to the hot water heater. Shut off main power to the home and confirmed 0 volts at the water heater terminals 1 and 3. 0 volts were present. Checked the thermal reset bu


Chris A.

Chris A. Job Checkin

Completed KCM annual club safety and maintenance inspection. Inspected all visible plumbing in the home, tested all toilets, tested all emergency stops, tested all faucets, tightened all under sink drain piping, tested shower, inspected crawl space piping, drained and flushed hot water heater, and tested water quality. The homes plumbing is working as designed with no visible imperfections. The homes hot water heater is a Rheem 40 Gallon Electric, and is Years old. The water heater is working as designed. Water quality report: Hardness- Hardness- 4 (good) PH- 8 (good) Iron- 0 (good) Pressure 50psi (good) While on site the client mentioned he had a toilet in the master bath that was leaking from the base. Provided pricing to pull and reset the toilet. The customer accepted. Shut off water to the toilet, drained the toilet, removed the supply line and mounting hardware then pulled the toilet. Cleaned the flange and cleaned the floor in the area where the toilet was. Insta


Chris A.

Chris A. Job Checkin

Performed toilet replacements as proposed. Shut water off to the home and drained down the system. Removed existing toilets, wax rings, emergency shut off valves, hardware, and supply lines. Installed new 1/4 turn emergency shut off valves, new wax rings, mounting hardware, installed new Kohler toilets, soft close toilet seats, stainless steel supply lines, and china caps. Restored water to the home and bled air from the system. Tested the new toilets. The new toilets are working as designed with no leaks present. Inspected two leaking hose bibs while on site. We will provided pricing for the necessary repairs after locating the rebuild parts needed. Thank you for choosing CPI Plumbing & Heating!


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer called in for service on a driveway storm water drain. Arrived on site and inspected the issue. There is a small catch basin in the driveway, the basin is piped to an unknown location and is draining very slowly. Provided pricing to jet the drain in an attempt to clear. The customer accepted. Used a shop vac to empty the basin. Jetted the drain several times out to roughly 14’. The drain is flowing better now. Used a camera to locate the end of the drain. The drain line appears to dead end to a suspected dry well roughly 2’ off the left side of the driveway edge. The customer purchased a membership and asked to have his water heater drained. I explained this would forfeit the return visit in a year and he was fine with that. He also requested that we only flush the tank and declined the rest of the plumbing inspection. The customer has a 4 year old AO Smith 50 gallon electric hot water heater. Shut water and power off to the tank, drained and flushed the tank. Refil


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Customer called in for service on a driveway storm water drain. Arrived on site and inspected the issue. There is a small catch basin in the driveway, the basin is piped to an unknown location and is draining very slowly. Provided pricing to jet the drain in an attempt to clear. The customer accepted. Used a shop vac to empty the basin. Jetted the drain several times out to roughly 14’. The drain is flowing better now. Used a camera to locate the end of the drain. The drain line appears to dead end to a suspected dry well roughly 2’ off the left side of the driveway edge. The customer purchased a membership and asked to have his water heater drained. I explained this would forfeit the return visit in a year and he was fine with that. He also requested that we only flush the tank and declined the rest of the plumbing inspection. The customer has a 4 year old AO Smith 50 gallon electric hot water heater. Shut water and power off to the tank, drained and flushed the tank. Refil


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Flush tankless unit. Perform KCM.


2595@cpiplumbing.com

2595@cpiplumbing.com Job Checkin

Flush tankless unit. Perform KCM.