Your pool will naturally lose some water to evaporation, some to splash-out and some to backwash wastewater. You may also gain water from rainfall. My rule of thumb is that if you're routinely adding more than one inch of water (hour of running garden hose) to your pool per week, you may have a leak. It is worth spending some time and money to repair the leak before structural damage occours. Most tears and cuts in your liner can be repaired above and below water. If your liner has cracked because of old age, it is best to have it replaced . If you think your pool pipes may be leaking we can repair those too. We have the latest in electronic leak detection equipment, so digging up your yard to find a small leak is not necessary.
Having a very small hole in your pool liner can lose hundreds if not thousands of liters of water per day. This can be a hole as small as the size of a pen point. The water pressure inside the pool forces the water even through small holes at a rapid rate. This increases your water and chemical bill and can lead to structural damage of your pool if not solved. We have time proven methods of detecting leaks and also use electronic equipment to aid us. Contact us today to have a professional solve your pool problem.
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