Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Locust Grove, 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 Locust Grove 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: the tenants complaint is that the guest bath tub has a large hole in the side of it and the master bath shower the cracks in the shower pan have grown TECHNICIAN NOTES: I found there is a large hole in the side of the guest bath tub in the side of the tub there has been a repair done in the bottom of the tub The master bathroom shower the cracks do appear to have become larger then the last visit and they are spreading apart when pressure is applied around them RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATIONS: The master bathroom shower needs to be replaced The guest bathroom tub needs to be replaced
Customer stated: leak in downstairs hall bathroom. Technician notes: upon inspection found that toilet was leaking from base when ever flushe, pulled toilet and found that pvc flange was broken and installed incorrectly. Resolution: pulled toilet, replaced flange, bolts and wax ring, reset toilet. Flushed multiple times with no leaks occurring, sealed base of toilet with clear silicone.
CUSTOMER STATED: We have low water pressure and would like warmer water. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Out to the residence today for the concern of there being low water pressure and that their water doesn’t get as hot as they’d like. The tenant stated they get hot water but they would like it be hotter. Existing electric water heater is located within a closet in a garage and does no have the information sticker on it. Not sure how old the unit is or the capacity. While investigating the water heater I found both upper and lower thermostats were set to less than 125 degrees. While on site I also found the water pressure to be 40 PSI. Pressure regulating valve and main water shut off valve are located to the right of the existing water heater. I have built a estimate to replace the pressure regulating valve if resipro would like us address it. If so, pipe modifications will need to be done to the existing CPVC piping. RESOLUTION: Turned upper and lower thermostats temperature to roug
Customer States: There is a leak showing up around a fan in the upstairs master bathroom. Water is not hot enough. Technician Notes: Out today to look into issue with potential leak. Tenant states there was water dripping from an fan in the upstairs master bathroom. Being that this is on the 2nd story, there is no plumbing above this location. There could potentially be something coming from the HVAC unit in the attic. Temp on both water heaters were set to 115. Resolution: Recommending ResiPro send an HVAC tech to come out and evaluate unit in the attic. Turned water temp up to 125 on both water heaters. Job Notes: While performing standard inspection I found the home has an accessible clean out in the front right yard. Measured pressure at 68psi off rear hose bib. Water heaters are from 2019. Job Status: Complete. Autho: Bill out to ResiPro. Estimates: No additional needed.
Put today to address tenant concerns of toilet not flushing. This is the first floor full hallway bathroom. I found the toilet to be a two piece elongated front glacier bay toilet with push button flush. Toilet was clogged and not flushing. I was able to use my toilet auger and clear whatever clog was creating the issue. Toilet is now flushing properly. Additionally, tenant stated that the master bath toilet was leaking. Upon further inspection I found that the tank had split along a seam (manufacturer defect) which was causing the leak. I replaced the toilet, new unit installed and functioning properly. Job complete No estimates Please bill out
Bathroom plumbing service call. Customer stated: has leak showing up in living room ceiling. Water dripped onto floor. Tech notes: ran water and it didn’t leak from the pipes I then inspected the shower floor better and there 2 cracks in floor. I pushed down with 2 fingers and was able to separate cracks. Resolution: we will either needs to replace shower stall or they can have a fiber glass repair company come and repair the cracks. There is also a crack in tub shower upstairs secondary bath and I told tenant they need toget another work order for that tub. It is not leaking underneath yet. Mgp notes: called Jeremiah got autho to cut whole and diagnose the issue. Autho: bill resi pro for sold estimate Estimate notes: sold **Shower replacement needs to be built and sent for approval. * Job status: complete This estimate is to cut a hole in living room ceiling to diagnose
Customer stated: has leak under kitchen sink showing up basement ceiling laundry room. Tech notes: she says the pipes fell down under sink and it was leaking and she noticed it when washing dishes. I replaced 2 fittings and shortened up the T AND FLIPPED trap around. It is not leaking at this time it was also leaking from basket strainer gasket due to the nuts on both sides of sink not being tightened down at all. Looks like someone hand tightened them. Resolution: I called Jeremy and he approved to fix the leak but once I was taking the pipes apart and saw how they rigged it I realize that the proper fix is to do a kitchen sink re-pipe. Since it’s not currently leaking then it’s not that urgent but if the pipes fall back down from all the water sitting in pipes then that is what will need to happen. I would have 2 separate wye’s coming off the stack to catch each side. I will call Jeremiah back and let him know. Mgp notes: called Jeremy got approval also let him know about 2nd e