If it seems your pool is losing water, you have come to the right place. You know your pool best and if something seems wrong it is best to get it checked out before structural damage occurs. If your pool water level is dropping more than usual and it doesn't seem like evaporation, then the best place to start is by doing the bucket test first, then the pump test. We locate leaks with electronic equipment and repair pipes underground. Inquire Here.
The first steps in fixing your pool leak: When you first talk to a leak professional on the phone be prepared to provide information on when the leak started, how much water you are losing per day, the age of your pool and if your pool leaks when your pump is shut off. The last question is important in narrowing down the problem before the technician arrives. This will save you money and save the technician time in finding where your leak is. Usually the leaks are either in your pool liner or your pool pipes.
Fixing pipe leaks: Fixing plumbing problems can be as simple as tightening a clamp to stop the suction of air into your pool pump. However, like most things it is usually not the easy thing to fix that ends up breaking. Plumbing leaks that are underground will need to be dug up and fixed, even if it is under concrete. We have diamond saws for concrete cutting which means that we can make a clean cut in concrete and pour in new concrete after the repair is complete. Most underground and under-concrete repairs can be performed within a 1.5’ x 1.5’ square diamond cut hole.