Nelson GA Plumbing Services
Nelson GA Plumbing Repair & Replacement
My Georgia Plumber is a trusted plumbing service company that has been serving the Snellville, 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 Snellville 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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Will provide and replace upstairs guest bathroom tub and shower valve. ****Needing to verify if access will be made or if we will have to make access and remove tile from around master bathroom tub surround
I found that the tub drain/stopper in the master is not installed properly and is currently caulked in place. There was a small hole cut into the lower floor bathroom ceiling where the drain pipe is visible, this is a tubular waste and overflow (1 1/2”) draining into a 2” pvc trap. Based on the current finding, I would recommend that the complete waste and overflow assembly for this tub/shower be replaced because in all likelihood the improper installation of the drain has damaged the threads to the point that they are non-repairable. Return trip to install new waste and overflow that serves the hallway bathroom tub/ shower. Installed new waste and overflow and tested. Customer is aware that they will need to wait 24 hours until using tub to allow caulking that was necessary around the overflow plate to dry. Job Status: Complete.
Called out for leak in upstairs bathroom showing up in laundry room ceiling. Having to following the water trail, was required to cut open drywall in multiple areas to determine the source of the leak. Removed guest bathroom toilet and set aside. Cut open drywall behind toilet, above master bathroom tub valve and behind guest bathroom shower valve. Found leak coming from guest bathroom shower valve, running down the back of the wall and following the tub flange of the master bathroom tub. Valve will have to be replace. Needing authorization for access and replacement sign the tub til surround will have to be cut to gain access.
Called out for leak around pedestal base. Found leak coming from the drain assembly itself. Removed pedestal bowl from wall and found that the drain assembly had broken. Notified Mrs. Cameron Roof and got authorization to replace the drain assembly. Job completed, water is on and tested with no further leaks or issues at this time.
Called out for multiple issues/concerns. HHC member’s parents home is being sold and had some items on an inspection that needed to be assessed. Valve under kitchen sink is an older style isolation valve for the dishwasher. Valve is currently working and not leaking. Pedestal sink is functioning properly with no signs of leaks. Found that the stopper had rusted out. Replaced stopper assembly linkage and tested with no further issues at this time. Concerns about the possible pipe corrosion near Pressure Reducing Valve. No leak at this time. “Green spots” on pipe was due to when the PRV was last replaced and piping was not cleaned. No issues Corroded basket strainer for laundry room sink. Not currently leaking or any signs of recent leaks. Recommend replacing sink and faucet if the baskets strainers get changed out due to the corrosion. Leak in basement closet is due to a foundation leak. No water lines or drain line near that section of the basement that could cause the leak. Reco
Out today to address tenant concern of leak underneath the kitchen sink. When I arrived, I had found that there were multiple nylon nuts loose, and Ferrells cracked underneath the sink on the tubular drain. I replaced all the broken components and reassembled tested with no further leaks or drips at this time. Job complete No additional estimates needed Please bill out
Out today to address tenant concern of leak from master bath tub shower on upper floor. Upon inspection, I found that the tub drain/stopper in the master is not installed properly and is currently caulked in place. There was a small hole cut into the lower floor bathroom ceiling where the drain pipe is visible, this is a tubular waste and overflow (1 1/2”) draining into a 2” pvc trap. Based on the current finding, I would recommend that the complete waste and overflow assembly for this tub/shower be replaced because in all likelihood the improper installation of the drain has damaged the threads to the point that they are non-repairable. Called number listed and was transferred to the office manger and had to LVM, I referenced WO# and asked what process is to submit diagnosis and get Autho, left main office number on VM. I have advised tenant that we will submit to Tricon and move forward as they see fit but until we get authorization nothing will be done today. Tenants stated t
Out today to address tenant concerns of master bath pedestal sink leaking. When I inspected the sink I found that the P-trap was not connected and letting water drain directly on the floor. I was able to re attach the existing components. Tested and no further leaks or drips at this time. Additionally removed the two screws from the trap. Job complete No additional estimates needed Please bill out.
Customer stated: basement kitchen sink drain has fallen apart and no pressure from upstairs hall bathroom faucet. Technician notes: found flat flange tailpiece disconnected from basket strainer, existing nut was stripped. Found upstairs hall bath lavatory with no pressure, aerator was completely clogged, hot side would not turn off at all unless stop was shut off and both handles were installed incorrectly. Replaced upstairs hall bathroom lavatory faucet and replaced and reconnected downstairs kitchen sink drain flat flange tailpiece, nut and top hat washer. MGP notes: please bill accordingly Estimates: no further needed Job status: complete CLN NOTES - SUBMITTED IN PORTAL.
CUSTOMER STATED: toilet downstairs is leaking and loose TECHNICIAN NOTES: came out today to diagnose issue and found toilet to be loose and letting some water through at base, also current flange has a metal flange repair. RESOLUTION: pulled and reset toilet wax ring was no good and needed replacement after installation I found no further issues and tenant was satisfied with repair. MGPNOTES: JOBSTATUS: complete ESTIMATES: AUTHO: