Residential Plumbers in Dallas, GA
As a local plumbing company, Absolute Plumbing Services understands the unique plumbing needs of homeowners in the area. That's why we've been providing expert plumbing services since 2008. We're family-owned and operated, and we take pride in delivering top-notch service to our community. Whether you need sewer and drain services, water heater services, water treatment services, or general plumbing services, our team of expert plumbers has you covered. We believe in upfront pricing and open communication, ensuring that you're getting the best possible service at a fair price.
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Our Reviews by City
Angela - Dallas, GA 30157
I am very pleased with the service provided by Lexx! He was so friendly, professional and knowledgeable! I would highly recommend Absolute Plumbing and will certainly give them a call with any future plumbing issues!
jimmy - Dallas, GA 30132
Spencer is very courteous and professional. Being a electrical contractor myself it is always great to hear good things about employees. 100% a keeper.
Response from Absolute Plumbing:
Thank you so much for you kind words about Spencer! We will be sure to tell him to keep up awesome work!
Megan - Dallas, GA 30132
Very professional, kind, and quick response!
Response from Absolute Plumbing:
Thanks for sharing your rating with us and the community.
The customer has us out to see why the garbage disposal was not working. Considering the disposal is fairly new, I assumed here was something jamming it. After using the manual motor spinning tool and pouring ice and soap down the disposal, the issue appeared to be resolved.
Studor vent in master bath allowing sewer smell to escape into upstairs area. Plumber replaced the in line vent and was able to get everything back in working order
We came back out to finish diagnosing the issue with the customers hot water. We found some trash (dried up glue) in the hot side of the cartridge, causing the water to mix. We also noticed that the shower valve is the guest bath is hooked up backwards.
Customer had us out because his water bill went from $20 to $140. After checking the water meter, we noticed it was full of water (see photos). We made the repair with 1” crimp fittings (see photos). The dial on the meter was not spinning after the repair was made.
Upon arrival plumber located water main shut off inside home. Water main was turned off to check for leaks in yard. Meter indicated a leak on water main outside. Plumber was unable to locate exact spot where leak was occurring. Us to ear was given the option of full replacement.
A few pieces of left over copper removed from kitchen ceiling
Hot pipe from water heater spraying heavily in closet and causing damage, gave quote to repair pinhole leak, referred mitigation, customer needs some time to come up with the money for the repairs
Hot water taking a long time to get to kitchen and other fixtures in home. Customers was offered recirculation T to solve the issue. Customer also wanted water filtration and dog wash station installed. Estimates were given.
Customer stated water wasn’t getting hot and pilot light was not staying on. Replaced 50 gallon gas water heater with new professional grade water heater.
Water heater breaker off Elements and thermostat still ok
Customer complaint of leak in ceiling above dining room. Also ice maker box leaking damaging hardwood. Plumber replaced ice maker box and about 2ft of copper pipe that had been broken from the freeze. When water was turned back on there was another leak in the laundry room that plumber repaired on cold line. No further leaks at this time
Found pinhole on 3/4 copper in wall behind water heater, cut out 8”x8” of sheet rock, repaired pinhole with new copper and couplings, offered repipe after repairs, estimate for $8276.90, cut sheet rock in kitchen ceiling, laundry room, and living room ceiling, replaced all copper, valves, and supply lines in the house, also replaced pressure regulator, tested all, job complete, payment made through Service Finance
Upon arrival, Megan mentioned that she recently had an inspection done because she is selling the house. The inspector mentioned that the water heater T&P safety relief was capped, and that the water heater needed a pan. The temperature and pressure relief line is ran correctly with a test tee and also exits house. The water heater does not need a pan considering it is in the garage, it is also not over any livable space. After a minor inspection, I see no code violations with the water heater.
Customer has us out today because their sink outside is leaking from a blown out shark bite. Their pop up assembly in the master bathroom upstairs is broken. Removed 1/2 copper from underneath outside sink. Replaced with new 1/2 inch copper.
Upon arrival plumber found leak in basement. Sheet rock was cut and leak was found on three-quarter waterline. Plumber was able to find several more pinhole leaks in plumbing system and recommended a full re-pipe of the home. Pressure was checked and found to be over 110 psi. Pressure regulator valve was replaced bringing pressure down to 55 psi. A pinhole leak was repaired coming from basement into garage. There are no further leaks at this time