Delivering Quality Service with Integrity and Trust
CMC Plumbing Solutions is a family owned small business operating out of San Antonio, Texas since 2015. With 18+ years of experience helping our residents and businesses address plumbing needs, we’ve kept one important factor at the forefront and that is “Delivering Quality Service with Integrity and Trust.” We strive to remain true to our slogan no matter how complex the job may be. It’s important for us to help our customers understand how the problem occurred and how we intend to address it with a technically feasible solution. We maintain our professionalism in the field and ensure the quality of service we deliver, is the quality of service you deserve. Home is where your heart is…don’t let your plumbing issues overwhelm you. Let us take care of the problem and give you the peace of mind you need to enjoy your home. We understand business and intend to minimize any potential plumbing risks for our customers.
We are a firm believer in saving the environment and mainly conduct our business utilizing paperless methods.
Meet The Copelands
Owners Chris and Kathy Copeland are residents of San Antonio. Chris is originally from the wonderful town of Kirby, Texas and Kathy from the beautiful island of Moloka’i, Hawaii. We have two sons and a grandson who we absolutely adore. We enjoy spending time with family and friends and make it a priority to relax and enjoy life to the fullest.
Chris is an experienced, trained and skilled Responsible Master Plumber in the trade with over 18+ years of experience and is a Navien Service Specialist. He’s helped many residents and businesses with their plumbing needs and is known by many as “the guy who knows his stuff” or “the neighborhood plumber.” Most importantly, as a fellow Texan, he understands people.
Kathy is a Cybersecurity Consultant who has been supporting the Department of Defense for over 22 years. She is a native Hawaiian, and spent most of her career on Oahu supporting clients across the Services. Although she has lived in San Antonio for the past 9 years, she remains true to the saying in Hawaii, “never forget where you are from.”