If it appears that your swimming pool loses 1/4" of water or more per day, then there is a very good chance your pool has a leak.
If you're having trouble telling if you have this amount of water loss, try a bucket test. Get a 2-5 gallon bucket and place it on the first step in your pool. Put a good sized rock or some type of weight in the bucket so it will stay on the step.
Simple fill the inside of the bucket with water so that the pool water line outside of the bucket is even with the water line on the inside of the bucket
Now wait about 24 hours, and then check to see if the water line of the pool and water line on the inside of the bucket are still even. If not, you definitely have a leak.
Pool leaks mainly occur in three places: the pool shell, plumbing, or in spillways.
Pool leaks can potentially cause expensive structural damage. They can affect your home and swimming pools foundation, cause cracking, damage to your pools equipment, and large water bills and more pool chemical consumption. If a retaining wall was built for your pool, it could cause collapsing of the wall.
Our trained leak detection experts will perform plumbing line pressure tests and dye tests on suspected areas of leakage to confirm the exact place of the leak.
Once we find the leak we will quote you a fair repair cost.
Some leaks will require changing out pipe fittings under the pool decking, and unfortunately there isn't a quick and simple solution for these issues. Sometimes digging and concrete refinishing is required.
All of our pool detection experts go through extensive training before being allowed to go on site and investigate your pool leaks. When repairing a leak beneath the pool, we will dig to the leak, repair it, and then our professional concrete refinishers will patch the pool back up to a new condition.
All of our work is guaranteed and we promise you the utmost professionalism and fair price when doing your pool leak repair work. Please use the form on the right to get a pool leak repair quote or call us directly.