Who Owns Beacon Plumbing in Seattle?
Bill Cahill owns Beacon Plumbing in Seattle. Bill went into the plumbing business with his brother as Cahill Plumbing in 1987. In 1995, Bill started out in his own plumbing business as the owner of Beacon Plumbing in Seattle. Bill began working out of his home with five plumbing trucks.
Due to good, old-fashioned hard work and a dedication to superior customer service and satisfaction, Beacon Plumbing grew and moved into its current Kent headquarters. Bill’s company today has a great team of plumbers working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, driving 45 trucks, and a large variety of industrial project equipment used to deliver superior customer service on thousands of residential and commercial plumbing projects.
Bill’s business philosophy has been the same since he started Beacon Plumbing in 1995: hire great plumbers who know how to deliver an excellent plumbing service experience to Beacon Plumbing customers, and work hard. Bill Cahill loves to work and believes it is important to work hard and provide for family and community for as long as a person lives.
Bill Cahill, as the owner of Beacon Plumbing in Seattle, loves to return the help and support to the Northwest community that has helped him grow into a successful business.
In 2004 Beacon Plumbing began sponsoring the U-37 Miss Beacon Plumbing hydroplane, which races in the Seattle Seafair races every year, delighting children and adults alike. That boat, now Graham’s Trucking presents Miss Beacon, was this year’s 2019 Seafair hydroplane races champion.
The Beacon Plumbing team actively supports the following community organizations:
- Crime Stoppers Global Solution of Puget Sound to help end human trafficking
- The Seattle Seahawks. Beacon Plumbing is endorsed by Seahawks champion Marshawn Lynch, one of the greatest players of the sport.
- The Seattle Mariners
- St. George School. Beacon Plumbing purchased musical instruments and hired a music teacher for the school.
- ROOT Sports, supporting local Seattle high school sports teams
- Ronald McDonald House to help house those in Seattle supporting loved ones undergoing cancer treatment.
- Northwest Harvest, Washington’s own statewide hunger relief agency, with a mission to end hunger in Washington.
- Mamma’s Hands, which engages in active, life-saving work with homeless adults and families.