Not all plumbing issues are created by a toy or the TV remote disappearing into the toilet bowl. Although we can help you with these nasty plumbing problems, our staff is fully qualified to assist with any plumbing project or disaster you are dealing with. With 40+ years of combined plumbing experience, we have done it all! From new house construction, to changing your kitchen faucet, Jedal Plumbing and Gasfitting is here to help.
If you are considering remodeling, or are planning a new build, give us a call for a free consultation. We can provide detailed plumbing and heating designs to fit seamlessly with your project.
No commercial project is too big for our team. They have extensive commercial experience and the ability to complete projects on schedule and to specification.
Tired of running out of propane halfway through cooking your BBQ dinner? Looking to get a new Fortis Gas service run to your house? Give us a call or come by the store to see if switching to natural gas heating or appliances is right for you.
Looking at building a new house, adding an addition, or considering a gas furnace upgrade? Or maybe you need a custom fitting and just can’t find it? With over 30 years of experience; our skilled staff, combined with our complete fabrication shop, can meet any of your sheet metal requirements. From the design and layout, to the final grill installation, we are here to help! Stop in or call with any questions or for a free estimate.
Hydronic heating is a great economic option for heating your new or renovated house. Hydronic heating uses hot water instead of the conventional electric or forced air systems to evenly heat your home. This can help with air quality in your home, while eliminating base board heaters that can get very hot for small children. This system also has the ability to eliminate your hot water tank and do both heating and domestic hot water together.
Whether you need a simple faucet installation, a complete sewer line replacement, a new infloor heating system, or a custom HVAC system, we offer a wide range of residential and commercial services to meet your needs. We continually strive to exceed expectations by ensuring that each client receives the very best service.
We are committed to complete all projects, regardless of size, to the highest of standards. We will provide you with a free consultation to explain all of your available options so that you can choose the ones that best your fit your plans and budget.
We serve both residential and commercial clients and offer a variety of money-saving solutions. We combine our use of the highest quality parts and equipment, and our dedication to delivering exceptional results to provide you with professional and quality service.
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13+ year journeyman plumber and gasfitter
24+ year journeyman plumber and gasfitter
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520 72nd Avenue, Box 2904, Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada
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Shut off the water under the sink.
• Close the sink drain; cover it with a rag to catch dropped parts.
• Tape the jaws of your wrench with a layer of duct tape to avoid scratching the fixture.
• Establish a place to lay out parts in order of removal.
• Use distilled white vinegar and a soft scouring pad for removing mineral deposits on faucet parts.
Find Your Faucet
There are four kinds of faucets: compression, cartridge (sleeve), ceramic disk, and ball type. Each type is illustrated here. Except for the ball-type faucet, there are two illustrations for each. The less detailed version will identify the kind you have. The more detailed one will help as you make repairs.
A compression faucet relies on rubber washers to seal the valve seat. Rubber washers wear out and must be replaced occasionally. The other types, often called washerless faucets, last longer but they too can develop leaks. When these cartridge, ceramic-disk or ball-type faucets leak, you can either replace the O-ring or neoprene seal that's causing the leak or replace the entire assembly for less than $20.