Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Fairburn, 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 Fairburn 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 States: There is a leak in a wall in the home. Water is off. Technician Notes: Out today to look into an issue with a leak. Painter onsite directed me to a hole cut open in the master bedroom wall. There is a leak under the master bathroom tub. Master bedroom wall is best access point. The supply line that delivers water from the valve to the spout on the cold side was kinked and water was spraying when tub was used. Leak only occurs if water is ran in the tub. Resolution: Removed kinked 3/8” soft corrugated copper supply line and installed a new 3/8” steel braided supply line in place. Restored water and tested for leaks. Left water on to the home. Job Notes: No exterior sewer clean out located. Unable to check pressure due to there being a single hose bib that is unregulated. Job Status: Complete. Autho: Bill to ResiPro. Estimates: No additional needed at this time.
CUSTOMER STATED: the tenants complaint is that when the use the shower in the main floor guest bathroom water is leaking into the basement TECHNICIAN NOTES: I found that when the guest bathroom shower head is used water does leak into the basement I removed the handle assembly on the guest bathroom shower and found a bad soldered joint where the tub spout leg connects to the valve It only leaks when the water is diverted to the shower head RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: The shower valve needs to be replaced because trying to resolder that joint could cause the pex lines connected to the cold hot and the shower head to melt and blow apart due to the heating of the valve body
CUSTOMER STATED: She is needing some estimates for future work to be performed in the home. There was a leak in the kitchen, kitchen was ripped out. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Out today to provide estimates for various plumbing issues/ replacing fixture throughout the home. There is currently nothing in the kitchen except for drain and water lines. RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: Created estimates for when after the kitchen is finished for the plumbing to be hooked up (dish washer, sink, faucet, and drain) customer is unsure on doing an under-mount or drop in sink. Also showed me problematic shower. Had me create estimate to solve this issue.
CUSTOMER STATED: Thinks the toilet in the primary bathroom is leaking. There was water on the floor. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Out today to look into issue in the master bathroom toilet leaking water. Found that the tank bolts are causing a drip onto the floor. Toilet is also slightly rocking. RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: Replaced both tank bolts, washers, and nuts in the toilet tank. Restored water and dried area. Checked to make sure toilet wasn’t leaking from wax seal. Shimmed toilet to add support and to keep it from rocking.
CUSTOMER STATED:the tenant complaint is that they are backing up again TECHNICIAN NOTES: I found that the main sewer line has backed up again due to all the roots growing into the 6in tap RESOLUTION: I ran the big sewer machine from the clean out by the house and got the line flowing again I then scraped the side of the 6in to brake up the roots in order to try and stop another back up from happening to soon I then used my auger and tried to send it up the 4in main from the 6in tap to remove the roots in the 4in The line is flowing for now more has to be done to this system to remove the roots The line née to be jetted or the tap dug up and the roots removed and the pipes they are growing through replaced This will back up again JOB NOTES: STATUS job completed AUTHO ESTIMATES are built and ready to send
CUSTOMER STATED: sewage is coming out of the ground TECHNICIAN NOTES: upon inspection found whole home clean out on left side of the house with the rope broken off and holding sewerage, inspected main clean out in front yard and it was not holding but I did observe a pretty severe root infiltration where the house sewer line ties into the main. RESOLUTION: used machine to clear blockage of wipes, a piece of a tshirt and roots from the sewer line, I would recommend a camera on this line due to the possibility of a piece of broken clean out being in the drain, also to see where the roots have entered the line. This line will continue to be a issue until root infiltration is addressed. JOB NOTES: Mr. Chris will invoice and bill STATUS: complete AUTHO: ESTIMATES: no further needed
Out today to address concerns of slow draining tub This is a first floor full bath tub/shower unit. I was able to remove the drain and found bandaids, plastic and hair. I have removed all debris and tub is draining properly. INVOICE WILL NEED TO BE ADJUST TO MATCH THE FOLLOWING: $75 diagnosis fee $216.75 hand snake to clear drain Minus the SF of $65 paid by customer APPROVED TOTAL FOR WO $ $226.75 AUTHO CODE MA78900D Job/work complete No estimate needed.
Customer stated: MB toilet won’t flush Tech notes: flushed toilet and bowl immediately filled up. Need to be snaked with closet auger. Resolution: after running auger down toilet it cleared blockage and I tested by flushing 3 times and it’s flushing fine at this time blockage is cleared. Mgp notes: called Sean and he said the 248$ estimate is approved. Autho: bill bridge homes Estimate notes: sold Job status: complete This estimate is to run auger down MB toilet to clear blockage
Customer stated: has leak under kitchen sink Tech notes: faucet is actually not leaking. Looked like it was at first becaus tenant washed dishes but it’s actually leaking from basket strainer. The one on right side doesn’t have gasket at the bottom it was at the top of sink where puddy goes. Resolution: after replacing both strainers I tested by filling up both sides and it did not leak. It is working fine at this time. Mgp notes: work is completed and took photos. Autho: bill Resi pro Estimate notes: sold Job status: complete This estimate is to remove both old strainers and install 2 new basket strainer on kitchen sink CLN NOTES - SUBMITTED IN PORTAL.