Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Douglasville, 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 Douglasville 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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I arrived and found the water is off I called into the office to get the access code for the door According to the office they didn’t have the code in the system yet so I couldn’t get into the home to bleed the air out of the system Resipro told the office to just reschedule I did not turn the water meter on because I couldn’t go in and test the system Customer stated- turn water on Technician notes- arrived and water was on at meter, went inside and turned valve on to home. Resolution- went through and bled all air out of system and checked for leaks, found no issues. MGP notes- Autho-bill resipro Job status- complete
Customer stated: they needed their water turned on. Technician notes: called out today to turn water on to the home. While on site I went in the home and inspected all faucets and fixtures to make sure everything was in good condition before turning in the water. Resolution: after inspecting the faucets and fixtures I turned on the water to the home to find everything functioning properly as should with no leaks or drip. Job status: complete
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Customer stated: no water coming from well since he installed a whole home filtration system Technician notes: upon arrival customer already had pump pulled and disconnected, was unable to properly diagnose any issues. Choice denied coverage and I presented customer with service estimate to replace the pump, he did not choose to proceed at this time. MGP notes: please bill accordingly Estimates: please forward to email in notes Job status: complete Autho: work was denied through chat.
CUSTOMER STATED : Hot water heater will not come on TECHNICIAN NOTES : Out to the residence today for the concern of the existing water heater not turning on. When I arrived to the vacant property I found a electric water heater located in the garage of the home. Upon arrival the top service panel had been taken off and was laying on top of water heater. Electric power source was not turned on to the water heater making to it where the water heater would not heat water. RESOLUTION : Turned on electric power source for the electric water heater in the garage. At this point in time, there is power going to the water heater and the water heater is currently heating up water inside the tank. JOB NOTES : Job complete Please bill resipro for work completed today. No estimates to forward at this point in time. This is a vacant property.
CUSTOMER STATED : We have no hot water TECHNICIAN NOTES : Out to the residence today for the concern of the tenant not having hot water. When I arrived the Tenant brought me to the garage where I found a 40 gallon natural gas water heater that had the natural gas supply turned off to it I have tested the water pressure off the back side hose bib and water pressure is outside of code reading at 90 PSI. Please let resipro know the home has high water pressure. RESOLUTION : Turned gas supply on to the existing 40 gallon natural gas water heater located in the garage. After lighting the existing water heater a few drops of water began to come from the bottom of the tank but I believe it is due to condensation. The dripping has stopped. JOB NOTES : Please bill resipro for work completed today. No further estimates to forward at this point in time.
CUSTOMER STATED : Plumber (Licensed) - 1-****URGENT NEW MOVE IN***** No hot water. 2- CO2 detectors needs batteries. 3- Clean glass out of sink. 4- No of the stoppers are working in the home TECHNICIAN NOTES : Out to the residence today to address multiple concerns inside the home. Once I arrived to the home the front door was unlocked. After I walk in the home I checked every sink sink in the home and found there to be no glass in any of them. Master bathroom pop up assembly is currently working properly. Full guest bathroom pop up assembly in stalled correctly but you cannot put in the pop up’s rod due to either the faucet body not measuring up properly or it’s due to the cut of the bathroom countertop. You cannot get the pop up rod inside the faucet or you will hit the countertop. C02 detector on the ceiling in the hallway had defective batteries. Near c02 detector I found a black spot on the ceiling. Spot was there when I arrived to the home. The natural gas water he
Customer States: Leak under sink. Along with a roof issue and issues with paint needing to be touched up. Technician Notes: Found leak under kitchen sink to be coming from one of the tubular nuts. Tubular nut is not the proper one to use and the washer is missing. We do not do roof repairs or painting. The proper company would need contacted for these issues. Resolution: Installed a new tubular nut and washer. Tested sink for proper function. Job Status: Complete. Autho: Bill to ResiPro Estimates: No additional needed.
TECHNICIAN NOTES: installed new 40 gallon natural gas unit with new code required items, found no issues with new unit, had trouble lighting at first but most likely due to air in line. New unit is heater and warming up as of today. JOBSTATUS: COMPLETE 40 gallon natural gas water heater located in garage on stand is leaking and there is no repair available once water heater start leaking from bottom. This estimate is to replace the water heater. This estimate includes code required items, such as an expansion tank, sweat ball valve, dielectric unions, new gas, flex line, and also a pan and the permitting to replace this water heater.
5/22 Return trip to replace section of 3” PVC drain line from the kitchen sink. This is exposed in the basement. Removed roughly a 5 foot section and long sweep 90 that was damaged and leaking. Replace and tightened all 6 rubber couplings on overall section and added 4 J hooks to help secure the drain and add proper fall. Tested and no further issue Job complete Estimate to cur out broken, back falling section of drain line and replace.