We stand behind everything we do and sell. We provide a 1-year workmanship warranty. Parts supplied (or that you supply) come with their own manufacturers' warranties.
We make a bold claim that you will be smiling or you don't pay. That's for labor only. Parts supplied still have to be paid. You agree to allow the plumber "make it right" before the guarantee kicks in.
We promise to send you a clean, polite and patient plumbing and heating tech. We promise that he'll do his best to fix your problem quickly, efficiently and as cost-effectively as possible.
Senior Plumber Technician
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By the Quote
Thinking of renovating and need a quote? Give us a call. We can usually provide a quote within 5 days.
Adding (or redoing) a kitchen or bathroom;
Adding a kitchen island
Water usage conserving--toilets and faucets
Water usage conserving--hot water tanks
Natural gas line for patio BBQ or fire pit
Quote ready in 5 days
By the Hour
We charge by the hour for a regularly scheduled call-out. Smiles guaranteed or you don't pay.
We accept Visa & MasterCard;
We accept cash & company cheques;
We accept Interac and Visa Debit;
Call Monday to Friday 6am to 7pm;
Call Saturday 7am-5pm.
$99.50 + 5% Fuel Surcharge
By the Part
If you need a part, we'll supply or if you've bought your own part, we can install it for you, no problem.
Labor applies to supplied parts;
Heating system inspection;
General inspection of water pipes;
Keep your bill if supplying the part;
Manufacturer's warranty applies;
$ 99.50 Hourly, Plus Part
Hot Water Tank Repair and Replacement
Install Kitchen and Bathroom Faucets and Toilets
Water Leaks (Toilets, Sinks, Pipes)
Leaky Pipes snd Clogged Drains
We called Hardus and were immediately impressed with how the call was handled. We were given some basic troubleshooting tips but in the end, a guy came out and we got everything done right on the spot. He really was clean, frendly and professional, just like they promised.
How nice to have a new plumbing and heating company that comes to Agassiz without an argument. What we were afraid was a big problem, turned out to be a little thing and we escaped a big bill. Highly recommended for their honesty and straightforwardness.
FREE! Hot Water Tank Inspection
Have your hot water tank inspected, on us. Don't wait for a problem. We'll inspect your hot water heater and tell you if there's something wrong.
Call your home insurance provider and ask about their policy on hot water heaters. Some carriers may put a limit on how old a hot water heater they'll insure in case of failure.
If you can't fix the problem, do we still have to pay?
No, you don't. We'll never make you pay for something that we can't do. However, we must clarify: if we arrive to fix something and it turns out that you need a new part (or system, or hot water heater), but you don't want to make the investment right away, we will still charge a diagnostic fee.
Do you do renovations?
Yes we do. You are better off calling in to discuss the project. We'll get you a quote.
Do you do perimeter pipe cleaning with a rooter?
No. There are companies that provide such a service already and have the equipment and expertise. We'll sit this one out.
If we buy (or already own) the parts, will you install them?
Yes we will. However, the warranty will be on our work only. The warranty on the parts is administered by the manufacturer of the parts, through the place where you bought them. Keep your bill!
Red Seal Technician with "B" Gas Ticket
Hardus Plumbing and Heating has an immediate opening for a Red Seal journeyman plumber with B gas ticket. The opening is in Chilliwack, serving clients out to Agassiz.
Experience with residential and commercial service work
Furnace troubleshooting is a big asset
Organized and self-motivated. Clean driving abstract and able to pass a criminal background check
Ability to work in teams or alone
You must have knowledge of residential power augers. You must also have your own tools. You can carry a job from start to finish. You take pride in what you do and that shows in your appearance, your approach to clients and management. You've got an eye for detail and you love knowing that you did a good job.
We need a resume and will keep all of this in the strictest of confidence. Let's grow this company into something we can all be proud to say we are a part of.
Hot water tank is leaking (bottom)
This is not good. Turn off the water to the tank (looks like a big tap). Once off, run the hot water taps in the house to relieve the pressure in the tank. Call.
No pressure (or water) from the faucet
Unscrew the fitting from the faucet where the water gushes out. Clean or replace the little screen you find in there. Replacements at Home Depot.
Toilet won't flush (or runs)
Lift off the back of the toilet tank. There's a little chain in back of the handle. Fish it out (that's clean water) and hook it back on. Flush.
In the Spring...
In the Fall...
In the Winter...
In the Spring...
Spring has sprung and with it, little leaks from the cold winter that just passed. When water freezes it expands and that's where damage occurs. Let's go through some basic checks. Any problems, call us. We'll come take a look.
The sump pump is in your basement. Heavy April rains can really put it to the test. Clear away any visible debris such as leafs and twigs. Fill a big cooking pot with cold water and slowly pour the water down the hole until the pump kicks in. The water should pump out and the level should return to normal.
Attach a garden hose to your hot water tank. Put the other end into the drain. Open the spigot on the tank (looks like a big tap) and drain out all the water from the winter months. Make sure the water goes down the drain! Close the spigot and return the hose to the garage or backyard.
For backyard hoses left out all winter, stretch the hose out and turn it on. How is the pressure? Any leaks? How does the attachment look? Any leaks there? New hoses are cheap to buy. Don't put up with a bad hose.
Buy a package of 5-10 furnace filters. Replace the filter for spring and stash the others.
In the Fall...
Fall plumbing maintenance is all about getting ready for winter, which is going to be hard on pipes.
Most obviously, inspect any pipes that you can see. Are they wet? Wipe them off and see how long they take to get wet again. Call a plumber in for a look-see.
Disconnect the garden hoses outside, drain them, and put them in the garage. If you can see the shutoff valve inside the house for the outdoor spigots, turn them off and have somebody outside open the spigot to drain any leftover water out. Home Depot sells little styrofoam jackets for outdoor spigots. Buy a few.
Drain the hot water tank again, as seen in Spring Tips. There is sediment in there that leads to corrosion and all sorts of unhappiness. Draining the tank will eliminate that threat.
Go downstairs and locate the furnace (see Spring Tips). Change the filter again.
Visually inspect all the taps in the house. If any are leaking, give us a call.
In the Winter...
Winter is tough on pipes but if you followed tips for Fall maintenance, you have taken steps to protecting them for the winter months ahead. Winter plumbing maintenance is all about keeping pipes from freezing.
Try to keep the house at a decent temperature. Don't give freezing temps a chance.
If you go away, try to get somebody to come in from time to time and run the taps at a small trickle for awhile. This is a waste of water but you are trying to give the water inside the pipes a chance to not freeze solid.
Consider wrapping pipes with foam insulation for the winter. Home Depot has these. We can help.
If you've bought a house and taken possession of it just before winter sets in, consder having our friendly plumbers stop in for a look-around at the all the pipes and shutoffs.
Replace the filter in your furnace and consider having one of our guys stop by to inspect it before the temeratures. drop. Nobody likes surprises, especially on a cold dark night.
Hardus Plumbing and Heating offers services from Chilliwack to Sardis to Agassiz and in all surrounding regions. Don't be shy. Give us a call!