Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Hampton, 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 Hampton 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- Tub in master on second floor is leaking into ceiling below Technician notes- arrived and found a tub shower in master, hole behind shower was already cut for access, ran water and found no issues with drain, ran water on over flow and found the gasket wasn’t set properly by the original plumber out, reset the over flow and gasket. Resolution- once we reset the over flow we ran water again and found no other leaks at this time. MGP notes- bill resipro Autho- Job status- complete Estimate- no estimates needed, over flow was replaced by original plumber
Out today to address tenant concerns of dishwasher not draining. Upon inspection I found water sitting in the bottom of the dishwasher but it didn’t have any leaks. I detached the dishwasher drain from the tailpiece below the sink to isolate the issue. When I took it loose I had egg shells, whole pieces of corn and other debris fall out. This debris had blocked the tailpiece and would not allow water to drain. Once debris was removed I tested and dishwasher functioned properly and drained water as it should. This could hav been avoided by dishes being properly rinsed prior to being put in the dishwasher. Job complete No estimates Please bill out.
Out today to address, tenant concerns of a leak coming from the second floor sink and dripping into the kitchen ceiling. Upon arrival, I was led to the second floor, full hallway bathroom. What I found upon inspection was that the nylon not on the bottom of the pop-up assembly was loose, allowing a small amount of water to drip out pull up on the top nylon not of the tailpiece, drip over onto the bottom of the cabinet and ultimately into the kitchen ceiling. I was able to tighten the nut on the bottom of the pop-up assembly as well as installing a new Farrell on the inch and a quarter tail piece of the pop up to the inch and a half tail piece leading into the tubular drain beneath the sink. Tested no additional leaks or drips at this time. Whole home pressure is reading 95 psi I would recommend replacing the PRV to avoid any future plumbing issues. Job complete Please bill out
Return trip made today. Ran a snake and camera found no blockage on the inside of the home installed two new two piece round front toilet. Tested each toilet. No issue. Ran all the water on the first floor for approximately 15 minutes and had no back ups showing anywhere. I would recommend if homeowner has any additional issues. The next contractor out would be a septic contractor. They have a combination, septic tank and lift station in the side yard with no known drainfield or destination for this pump. Job complete Due to the toilets being cracked, I did not remove them from the floor to further inspect the drain lines or turn the water back on. I would recommend that both toilets be replaced and when they are off the floor, a further and more in-depth inspection of the drain line be performed and based on those findings possibly running a snake to clear any lingering clog.
CUSTOMER STATED ; There is a leak under the kitchen sink TECHNICIAN NOTES : Out today for the concern of a leak appearing under the kitchen sink on the main level of the home. While inspecting under the kitchen sink, I found water coming from the plastic tubular p-trap. I believe the leak was caused from a defective bad p-trap. RESOLUTION : Replaced defective plastic p-trap under kitchen sink. After making the repair, I have drain large amounts of water through both the left and right side of the sink. There are no longer any leaks appearing under the kitchen sink after replacing the necessary p-trap. JOB NOTES : Job complete No further estimates to forward at this point in time. Please bill resipro for service fee and replacing p-trap.
Whole home pressure reading 35 PSI Out today to address tenant concerns of back up in first floor master bathroom group and first floor powder bath toilet. When I arrived tenant informed me that he had turned off water to both toilets and upon inspection I found that both toilets had severe cracks in the porcelain. Additionally I found that the home is serviced by an exterior lift station. Once the lid was removed from the lift station I was able to run the master bath shower with no signs of interior back up and see that the pump turned on, pumped water and turned off as it should. Due to the toilets being cracked, I did not remove them from the floor to further inspect the drain lines or turn the water back on. I would recommend that both toilets be replaced and when they are off the floor, a further and more in-depth inspection of the drain line be performed and based on those findings possibly running a snake to clear any lingering clog. Job complete Please submit estimate and
Customer stated: has leak in laundry room hot water line. Tech note: it leaking at shark bite spraying Dow half inch flex copper. Resolution: I cut out small section and used. 2 sharbites and some pix to repair hot water line feeding washer box. I turned valve on to pressurize and there’s no leaks at this time. Mgp note: bill resi pro for sold job but forward estimate for heater repair for approval Autho: bill resi pro for sold estimate Estimate note: please forward Job status : completed This estimate is to cut out leaking pipe and replace with pex
Out today to address a burst pipe in the home. I arrived and found that a coupling under the sink in the hallway full bath had come apart. It appears a transition had been made from CPVP to Pex attempting to glue it. It was necessary to cut a 4”x12” hole under the sink to access the pipe. I removed a section of CPVC and transitioned to Pex with the proper fitting and reconnected. Reconnected and stayed on site for roughly 20 minutes with house at full pressure with no additional issue. Job complete No additional estimates needed Please bill out. 75 whole house PSI. I would recommend some sort of remediation company come on site to help dry walls/floors and carpet. Water ran for approximately 20 minutes at full pressure before tenant was able to find a way to shut off. Additionally, I inspected the master bath and it appears that the right side vanity may have had another coupling done the same way with Pex glued into CPVC.
Customer call about leak I find leak on hot side pex and high pressure replace pressure regulator valve turn water on and I find delta cartridge is leaking replace and everything is good