Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the College Park, GA area for over 30 years. We offer a wide range of residential and commercial plumbing services, including drain cleaning and repair, sewer line and water line services, water heater services, gas lines, bathroom, kitchen and laundry plumbing and remodeling services. We are dedicated to providing our College Park customers with the highest quality of service possible, and we believe that our experience and reputation speak for themselves. If you are in need of a plumber, please give us a call today!
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CUSTOMER STATED: Water is pouring out the left side of the home. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Out today for a return trip to replace the existing defective temperature and pressure relief valve on the natural gas water heater located in the garage through service. RESOLUTION: Replaced defective temperature and pressure relief valve and modified CPVC piping. After making repair I have tested for leaks by fully pressurizing the home with water. At this time there are no further leaks, drips, or concerns at this point in time. JOB NOTES: No payment to collect. T&P replacement has been paid in full. STATUS : job complete AUTHO ESTIMATES : no estimates to forward at this point in time. Service estimate to replace the T&P on the water heater in the garage. It is blowing water out of the left side of the home and soaking the yard along with the neighbors yard. This estimate is to go through our service department for replacement as I am unable to sub
Return trip to meet regional team which was A2Z Property services. They popped the lock off the back door to allow entrance. Upon inspection I found both spots of concern, dining room and master bedroom. These are the left side exterior wall. Both areas are being caused by the HVAC system (see pictures). To confirm I cut a 12 by 12 inch hole in the dining room. THIS IS NOT PLUMBING RELATED. Water is turned back on to the home Additionally I performed a visual inspection in the attic and found water in the pan and a continued active drip from the HVAC unit that needs to be addressed. Job complete Please bill out
PLEASE READ ALL NOTES BELOW Arrived today to investigate a leak in the master bedroom/dining room area. Local PM attempted to let me in after I left a VM for main POC. Water to the property is currently on. Arrived @ 12:05 pm, have spoken with office that stated to continue to wait for door code. Remote lock is not set up and physical key is at physical office. A return trip will need to be scheduled per conversation with MGP office and on-site rep Logan (says he’s Cary’s manager). Turned water off to property per Logan.
Tenant/ Landlord States: Water leaking out of left side of home. Thinks it is related to the water heater. Technician Notes: Out today to inspect issue with water leaking on the left side of the home. Found the T&P is releasing pressure through the relief line. This is why left side of home is soaked. Water heater tag was ripped off front of unit at some point. I am unable to determine size, age, model or serial number. Unit is natural gas. Water heater also has no dedicated shutoff valve and there was an expansion valve installed where an expansion tank should be. T&P was turned to the side and also has no drain down. Pressure was checked at 60psi. Pressure in the home seems to be normal. This leads me to believe the T&P has failed on its own due to the T&P being installed incorrectly. Resolution: Attempted to submit work order over to Choice Home Warranty for approval. Landlord states someone was already out for this issue but didn’t take care of the problem. When trying to submit
Upon arrival was given permission to enter via the ring doorbell, there were minor children at home and was given instructions through Alexa by homeowner. Lower floor full bath shower, two handle will continue to run. Found this to be a to handle Moen shower valve that is installed at a severe angle. I replaced both hot and cold cartridges. Fossett turns on and off with no drips like it should. Found the whole home water pressure to be over 80 psi, which also is a contributing factor hole home water pressure is out of code to these Fossetts and shower valves, dripping. I would recommend replacement of the lower floor shower valve with either a two handle shower valve with stems or convert to a single handle shower valve. Job complete Please bill out
This is not a recall the shower valve is old and is hard to turn on and off the tub spot is bad as well give him estimate to fix or complete replace the shower valve but he not agree with the price and the drain on this tub has a slow drain on to fix this we need to run small machine on the drain. If he call back we know the problem
Located in hallway main floor there is a tub original to home which home owner would like replaced, we will have to pull old tub and install new tub which home owner would like a shorter tub for him to be able to get out from, current tub is 14-15 inches from floor, with tile surround. PLEASE NOTE: My Georgia Plumber does not do any of the light framing if the unfinished walls need to be reworked or spaced differently.
Came out to location to provide a free estimate for customer, for a tub install the tub at location is a metal tub and home owner was advised of having to cut some of the tile out which he was okay with, new tub may not fit existing footprint also spoke to home owner about, please schedule for Monday next week and try to find a shorter tub height wise if not possible please advice home owner warranty information needed. Also In this estimate redoing of that bar sink is included.
No issue found at home. Customer stated that they have a high water bill at the vacant rental property. Tech checked water meter to find that the meter is reading 0.00 GPM and checked all three toilets inside the home to find the none of them are dripping, all the faucets are working properly, water heater is not currently leaking, and both hose faucets at home are not leaking as well. Property manage may need to call the city for them to check the water meter.
Customer stated: toilet leaking at the floor secondary upstairs bath not hot enough 3 sinks in home are not draining good. Pipes under kitchen sink are leaking and all the toilets flush slow sometimes. Tech notes: all of these issues I didn’t actually see them happen while I was diagnosing. But I built an estimate to fix what the tenants wanted any way. The loud noises I believe that the shower valve is just an old unit. The pressure is fine. Resolution: built estimate to pull and reset toilet GB clean out 2 p traps upstairs bath sinks. Readjust/diagnose upstairs shower to make it hotter. Replace 2 tubular fittings under kitchen sink. Mgp notes: estimate needs to be sent over for approval Once approved we need to get them back on schedule. Called management company and they took my # and said they will call back. I gave them the shop number Autho: Estimate notes: please forward Job status: complete