Waleska GA Plumbing Services
Personalized Plumbing Services for All Your Residential and Commercial Needs
As a family-owned business, we are proud to offer both residential and commercial plumbing services to our Waleska, GA community. Our company has the experience to handle all your plumbing issues, whether they are minor or complex. Whether you are looking for routine plumbing maintenance or an entire system installation, our Waleska plumbers can assist you.
Give our Waleska plumbing team a call at (770) 268-2331 today! We proudly offer same-day appointment availability as well as round-the-clock emergency services.
Residential Plumbing Services
With over 30 years of experience, we offer a wide range of plumbing services for all your residential needs. We have the skillset and training to diagnose your issue, fix it, and then create a plan to ensure this solution lasts.
We cover the following residential plumbing services:
- Water heater repair and maintenance
- Water heater installation and replacement
- 24-hour emergency plumbing
- Kitchen plumbing
- Bathroom plumbing
- Laundry plumbing
- Water line repair and replacement
- Sewer and drain services
- Gas line repair and installation
- Basement plumbing
- Sump pumps
- Outdoor plumbing
Services for Commercial Properties
At My Georgia Plumber, we know you care immensely for your business. A business plumbing emergency can be expensive and risky if not handled promptly, especially when you need to look out for your customers and employees. Our Waleska plumbing team understands the importance of being able to fix a plumbing emergency right away. We can help you handle everything from a clogged drain to a backed-up sewer line, and everything in between.
for Waleska, GA
Judth - Waleska, GA
Kristine - Waleska, GA
Helped us figure out what was going on!
Laurie - Waleska, GA
Santos was right on time and partnered with us to figure out what was happening. He was quick to deliver a comprehensive plan to fix it.
CUSTOMER STATED: They would like to find their shut off valve that supplies hose Bib on front side of the house near the garage, as well as look at their toilet to potentially rebuild internal components. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Existing toilet bowl had crack in it and recommended to customer about replacing the toilet on the main floor in the powder bathroom. RESOLUTION: Shut off to hose bib has been found and is now turned on with sufficient water being supplied. Built complimentary estimates. 2 piece round front toilet in powder bathroom on main floor has been replaced with a Kholer Highline toilet.
CUSTOMER STATED: Trevor was out Friday to remove build up from master bath shower drain. Now the issue has returned. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Belive that along with an underlying partial clog in the drain line, the debris moved down the drain by the previous technician has caused the issue. RESOLUTION: Discussed finding and options with homeowner and decided on running our small sewer machine through the 2 inch shower drain. MGP NOTES: This cleared the blockage. Ran tub and shower for 15 minutes with no additional issues. Both first floor toilets were flushed multiple times and no back up or bubble. I located the clean out and had good water flow in it.
CUSTOMER STATED: Her shower drain in MB will fill up when taking a shower. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Found heavy calcium build up around shower drain. Unsure what is causing this to happen. In order to get drain flowing calcium deposits will need scraped from drain. RESOLUTION: Scraped and cleaned shower drain and grate. Removed all build up from drain and flushed. Tested for proper function.
CUSTOMER STATED: Her MB drains are slow again. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Found that stopper in drain is set too low creating slow drain. Stoppers need adjustment. RESOLUTION: Adjusted left and right stopper in MB and tested for proper function. Customer purchased a HCC.
CUSTOMER STATED: When the guest bathroom toilet on the main floor is flushed, water leaks into the ceiling below as well as the would also like the master bath toilet to have a new wax ring as well. TECHNICIAN NOTES: I replaced the wax ring in the main floor guest bath and the customer also wanted me to replaced the toilet in the master bathroom. RESOLUTION: I tested everything and it is working properly with no leaks or issues at this time.
CUSTOMER STATED: Customer believes his pressure reduction valve is bad. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Technician was able to confirm customer's suspicions. RESOLUTION: Replaced pressure reduction valve and main shutoff.
Replace price Pfister cartridge and reattach drain stopper Returned to replace price Pfister cartridge. Replace price Pfister cartridge and reattach the drain stopper. In addition, replaced a nylon Ferrell washer in the daughter's left side master bath sink; Daughter lives next door.
CUSTOMER STATED: Estimates needed: 5 Kohler toilets for complete rebuild (4 in main house, 1 Upstairs in middle). 2 water heater alarms, in pan Replace 40 gallon electric water heater in basement maintenance room TECHNICIAN NOTES: I came out to the home to do an on site assessment to build the estimates per the customers request. RESOLUTION: Will be sending the estimates over via email.
CUSTOMER STATED: She was unable to break the cannister that holds the water filter. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Used customers filter wrench to loosen up the water filter cannister. RESOLUTION: Replaced filter and reinstalled cannister.
CUSTOMER STATED: Kitchen drain line is backing up periodically. They had some issues with grease in the septic tank in the past. Employee informed me someone was dumping grease down the sink instead of taking out to grease trap. TECHNICIAN NOTES: Recommended that we run a jetter to clear line. RESOLUTION: Ran jetter through floor drains (2) in kitchen that were in close proximity to the outside cleanout. Ran jet machine through outside cleanout as well. Septic tank is 100+ foot from cleanout. Line was full of grease and managed to clean pipe walls. Ran camera to ensure proper flow and check for backfall. Everything is draining well at this time. Highly recommend this be performed at least once a year due to amount of grease.