Pool Leaks

Problems can be more than just an inconvenience. An un-repaired hole the size of a pencil tip can result in hundreds of gallons of water lost per day. In addition to the replacement cost of the water, leaks in your swimming pool will increase chemical demands, and may lead to more serious structural and mechanical problems.


Here are some facts that every pool owner should know:

  1. Most water usage bills include a fee to collect and dispose of sewage water that is based on how much water you use monthly. So, you could be paying for water that isn’t even going through your sewer system.
  2. Due to evaporation, splash-outs and backwash waste water, your pool will naturally lose some water. However, if you consistently add over 1 inch of water to your pool per week, then you need to consider having a leak detection test. By finding and repairing any leaks quickly, you can start saving money now.
  3. Leaks can be caused by poor workmanship, ground settling, age, and vibrations. They come in the form of cracks or openings in your pool walls, deck, plumbing or equipment.

Prepare For Visit

Before we arrive to investigate your potential pool leak, you should:

  1. Vacuum the pool. Dirt can cover the smallest leaks, so having a clean pool is a good start to ensure any leaks can be detected.
  2. Make sure the water is clean and clear so testing is effective. If it is not, the water could contain molds, fungus, larvae, algae and other contaminants that could make you sick, besides making it almost impossible to test.

By finding the leak, the savings in your utility costs will end up paying for our service as well as put money back into your pocket instead of down the drain.

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