Businesses are not exempt from plumbing repairs or upgrades. CP Conway Plumbing provides all plumbing services to businesses in the Milwaukee Metro and Waukesha areas. Click HERE for a list of our services.
CP Conway Plumbing services the industrial businesses as well. Click HERE for a list of services we provide.
WELCOME to CP Conway Plumbing. We are a third generation plumbing business serving the Milwaukee Metro and Waukesha areas. Our plumbers are highly trained, licensed and insured to make sure you receive the highest quality work.
We have an eye for detail and have that "hard work" ethic instilled from 50 years of a family owned business. We treat our clients with respect and pay close attention to their needs as well as their desires. Our services include residential, commercial and industrial plumbing.
CP Conway works with home remodelers for your project and provides FREE estimates. We supply high quality products from well known suppliers in our area. We provide all plumbing repairs, new construction, bathroom/basement/kitchen remodels, water heater and water softener installations and much more.
Back in 1929, Charles Patrick (C. P.) Conway graduated from Boy's Technical School in Milwaukee with a plumbing diploma. It was the first step toward fulfilling his dream of owning a business: C. P. Conway Plumbing, Inc.
In August of 1960, some 30 years after earning his plumbing diploma, C. P. realized his longtime dream and incorporated a business: C. P. Conway Plumbing, Inc. at 5725 W. Vliet St. In July of 1968, the company moved to its present site at 1231 S. 62nd St. in West Allis.
C.P. Conway Plumbing was a one-man operation, so there wasn't always enough work for all three sons. So Chuck and Harry eventually left for larger companies that offered steadier work. Richard the third son, stayed on and eventually bought the business in 1976. In 2005, he sold the business to Rick, his eldest son.
Rick graduated from college in 1993 with a degree in environmental science, but joined the company due to a shortage of jobs in his field. After working as an apprentice and then a journeyman plumber, Rick obtained his master plumber's license, which paved the way to buying the company.