Adasak Mechanical’s team is all family. The name Adasak is an acronym and was coined by Sue Arndt back in Alberta in the early eighties. She was trying to create a unique potential company name that the Arndt’s could use one day when they started a business.
ADASAK stands for:
A – ARNDT
D – DARREN
A – AND
S – SUE
A – AND
K – KIDS
Darren Arndt – owner/operator. Has been plumbing since 1984 and truly loves his profession. He is married to Sue, the proud father of four grown children and has three beautiful granddaughters. In his spare time he enjoys woodworking and “puttering” at their Canim Lake property.
Clayton – started plumbing in 2002 is a journeyman plumber. He joined our team in the spring of 2015. Clay loves to go dirt biking and fishing with his son Carter.
Trevor – is a 3rd year apprentice plumber who joined Adasak Mechanical in the summer of 2014. He has a background in music and enjoys cross country skiing and gardening with his wife Allison.
Blake – joined the team in January 2017 as a new apprentice plumber who recently moved out from Alberta. He is loving his new trade and looking forward to camping and exploring BC.
Sam – is a 4th year plumber and joined the team in January 2017, In her spare time she likes to go fishing with her husband and hiking with her dog
Sue Arndt – Sue is the office manager, the bookkeeper and works on Adasak’s website and social media. She is married to Darren, is the mother of four and has 3 awesome granddaughters. She loves to fish, quilt and garden in her spare time.
Amy Arndt – our everyday helper. Amy jumps in when and where she can to help out. She delivers to job sites, helps in the office etc., etc. She is the eldest daughter of Darren and Sue and proud mother of Sarah.