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Guardian Plumbing LLC

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Guardian Plumbing LLC

1441 Airport Dr. Ste. 300
Ball Ground Georgia 30107
united states

(470) 372-8818

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We're on a quest to revolutionize the industry of plumbing at Guardian Plumbing! Share your plumbing estimate with us, and discover the unique Guardian Plumbing difference.

We have over 20 years of experience and are ready to help you with any plumbing issue, including leaking pipes, sewer problems, water heater installation & maintenance, drain unclogging systems, water purification, etc. Being a family-operated enterprise, we stand out by offering openness and reliability, ensuring the utmost quality of service.

Contact us by phone or email for a free plumbing estimate. We also offer round-the-clock emergency plumbing services and cater to locations including Canton, Marietta, Kennesaw, Duluth, Woodstock, and the broader North GA region.

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About Ball Ground

Ball Ground is a city in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. The city was originally Cherokee territory before they were removed from the land and it was given to white settlers. A railroad was built in 1882 and a town was formed around the resulting railroad stop. The town was incorporated on January 1, 1883, and became an industrial-based economy largely centered around its marble industry until around the mid-20th century when the industries began to leave and the city started to decline. From 2000 onwards the city saw rapid growth; as of the 2020 census the city had a population of 2,560, which is over three times the city's population of 730 in 2000. == History == === Early history and settlement === The area that encompasses Ball Ground was originally inhabited by both the Cherokee and the Muscogee Creek, until the Battle of Taliwa, which took place in what later became Ball Ground in 1755, between the Cherokee and the Muscogee Creek, ending with a Cherokee victory and forcing the Creek out of the territory.Following the passing of the Indian Removal Act in 1830, the Cherokee were slowly relocated out of Cherokee County, including the Ball Ground area. The area of Ball Ground and the surrounding Cherokee County was distributed to European-Americans via the 1832 Georgia Land Lotteries, though the lands were not settled by them until the 1835 Treaty of New Echota caused the Cherokee to fully leave North Georgia and relocate west of the Mississippi River as part of the Cherokee removal out of North Georgia.The name Ball Ground was initially given by settlers to refer to an area of land, not for the town or community. Native Americans would use the area as a ballground to play a game similar to town ball, and settlers named the town Ball Ground in reference to this. Over time details were added to the story of why the town was named Ball Ground. One such story was that the site was so named because it was the location of a 1532 game of ball between Native Americans playing against Hernando de Soto and his men, in a game umpired by the owner of the Fountain of Youth.

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