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Posted: 7/23/2013 5:20:30 AM EST
I need a good reliable plumber in the Newnan/Coweta area. Any recommendations? I have a leak that I can't find.
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 3:59:37 PM EST
Originally Posted By StainTrain:
I need a good reliable plumber in the Newnan/Coweta area. Any recommendations? I have a leak that I can't find.
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inside the walls or under foundation? give some more info on problem can help!
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 4:44:32 PM EST
It seems to be in the foundation. It is running out in the laundry room floor. I removed baseboards and there is water on concrete and all the drywall I can see and feel is dry.
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:04:07 PM EST
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Originally Posted By StainTrain:
It seems to be in the foundation. It is running out in the laundry room floor. I removed baseboards and there is water on concrete and all the drywall I can see and feel is dry.
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And its nothing to do with the washer drain line?
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:41:38 PM EST
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And its nothing to do with the washer drain line?
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Originally Posted By robpiat:
Originally Posted By StainTrain:
It seems to be in the foundation. It is running out in the laundry room floor. I removed baseboards and there is water on concrete and all the drywall I can see and feel is dry.



And its nothing to do with the washer drain line?


prob not cause soapy water would be a easy clue, I think!! first I would make sure their is water lines in that wall or coming up out the foundation, then do what a contractor would do tear off the sheetrock or cut out a small window to investigate. then determine if it is an easy fix or a tear up the floor!! I could help one day it should be easy to determine if it easy or call in contractors.

but if you don't have any waterlines in that wall space then go check your roof!! we are having a lot of rain and I seen water travel into funny places!!
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 6:06:14 PM EST
On a similar note, I just noticed a little bit of dampness under my water heater, it seems to be coming from the drain plug (which it's time to flush), I think the unit is about ten years old, but I'd have to look at the sticker on it to be sure. Is this likely to be a remove/replace or repair (or even just tighten down more)?
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 6:43:13 PM EST
Cut a couple of witness holes, the pipes in the wall are gtg. I saw no leaks or damaged drywall. It is a slow but steady leak
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 3:38:05 AM EST
I ve used these guys a few times and always been happy with the service and prices

http://fitzgeraldplumbing.com/
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:12:15 PM EST
http://www.parkersplumbing.com/

I know Mike and he's a good guy. He used to buy a few guns from me at the hardware store.

Mark
Link Posted: 7/24/2013 4:31:33 PM EST
That's who I called. Top notch guy. Turns out my wife knows him and his wife from church growing up. The leak is in the foundation so we have a leak specialist coming to find it. Then........ I'm going to turn Mike loose.
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