Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Conyers, 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 Conyers 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: TECHNICIAN NOTES: RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: JOB NOTES: JOB STATUS: COMPLETE/NOTCOMPLETE (RETURN TRIP NEEDED?) PARTS: (IF INCOMPLETE ARE STOCK OR SPECIAL ORDER PARTS NEEDED?) AUTHO: (AUTHO CODE OR WHO YOU SPOKE TO) ESTIMATES: (READY TO SEND OR NEED REVIEW)
CUSTOMER STATED: They wanted us to inspect their gas appliances for the house to see if they were working and if the gas had been locked at the meter. TECHNICIAN NOTES: The gas meter is unlocked and open. The stoves gas valve had gone bad and needs replacement handle. The water heater is hidden away in a room in the garage that is locked. There are two PRVs behind the water heater. RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: Replace the gas shut off valve behind the stove. JOB NOTES: After replacement the stoves pilot kicked on and we had fire. We re light the water heater, it’s in working order. JOB STATUS: COMPLETE PARTS: Gas stove shut off valve. AUTHO: RESIPRO ESTIMATES: None INVOICE: Please review
CUSTOMER STATED: two weeks ago while bathing children, water started leaking through downstairs ceiling. TECHNICIAN NOTES: upon arrival customer showed where water was coming through ceiling, filled and dumped upstairs hall bathroom tub multiple times with no leaks showing, switched between shower and tub with no leaks, splashed water all around overflow and still had no leaks appearing. Customer stated that the leak has not shown up since the first time and he has been using the bathtub regularly. Was unable to find any mechanical failures or leaks at this time. RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: advised customer to pay attention to where leak showed up and to keep note if it shows up again. JOB NOTES: no plumbing problems found today JOB STATUS: COMPLETE ESTIMATES: no further needed
The tenants complaint is the pump in the basement is overflowing We came out and took a look at the issue. The heating and air unit has a pump on the side of the machine for the condensation. The exit hose comes up and become kinked and won’t let water out and this is the cause of the issue. We cut the existing hose to remove the kink that is a temporary fix so it doesn’t flood the basement again Recommend a hvac company be sent out to make a proper repair Job completed No estimates are needed at this time
Customer stated: the one piece toilet in the upstairs master bathroom was running and could be heard doing so at night. Customer states that there are some parts to be ordered for this home but I don’t have any notes or previous pictures of the parts that are needed. Technician notes: The toilet is not running at this time but a new flush mechanism could be installed. We found the operating pressure in the home at 10 am is over 95 psi. Resolution: We changed out the existing pressure reducing valve to the home. This fixed the pressure issues which lead to a better flow to the secondary full bathroom upstairs. Job: todays job is complete, normal pressure and no leaks, but need return for shower valve in hall bathroom Piece needs to be ordered for replacement to fully finish job.
Showed today. Look two items. First one was a shower three handle mo diverting properly . And second item A toilet flapper malfunctioning and a fill valve Need to order or find the right diverting stem for this shower. On the toilet. We put a new koler flapper and a new fill valve
Customer/ Tenant States: Toilet in upstairs master bathroom is leaking. Water on the floor. Technician Notes: Out today to look into issue with a toilet leaking in the upstairs master bathroom. Noticed the tank is way out of level. The left side is sitting significantly lower than the right. Right side tank bolt is loose. Left side tank bolt is too tight. Resolution: Loosened both tank bolts and draining tank. Toilet does not appear to be very old. Leveled toilet tank and secured tank bolts. Restored water to toilet and tested. Leak stopped. Job Notes: Bill to ResiPro. Job Status: Complete. Autho: Estimates: No additional needed at this time.
CUSTOMER STATED: Water heater not on TECHNICIAN NOTES: Came out to location today for diagnosis found water heater has vent that has down fall to it which will cause fumes to come back into property. RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: We will need to either dig further down to make vent have enough rise, and install a sump pump or find a water heater which is lower like a low boy electric but will need to run electrical to it, and put unit on a stand to prevent water from affecting unit.
This is a complimentary estimate to have the existing failed pressure regulating valve (PRV) repacked with new valve to help fix/prevent any future plumbing issues. **Tenant was not onsite for todays visit** 7/25/23 notes: unable to locate meter due to a tree being cut down in the front yard, also unable to locate whole home shut off or prv, will have to return when tree is removed to shut water off and install a new prv. Job status: not complete, return trip needed to install prv.
Customer Stated: They were having drainage issues with the shower drain. Tenant was not on site for todays visit. Tech Notes: While on site I found that the shower is located in the upstairs guest bathroom. I ran water in both the faucet, and stand alone shower while flushing the toilet for 15 mins with no issues or back ups. I let home owner know there is nothing I can do if I can not get back up to recreate bc while on-site I can not find any mechanical failures with this drain. While on site I did check the whole home water pressure, and got a reading of 120 pounds per square inch (psi) which is well outside of code regulations, and indicates the pressure regulating valve (PRV) has failed & is need of replacement. Resolution: There are no mechanical failures with this shower drain while on site for todays visit. Job Status: Complete Estimates: Please FWD