During specific times of the year, water loss in your pool can be expected due to normal evaporation. However, if you notice your pool water levels dropping more than 2-3 inches a week or you find yourself constantly having to top off your pool with water, you more than likely have a leak. Leaks can be detrimental to both your pool water and pool equipment, and although they may not seem like a serious problem initially, they can quickly become a costly issue.
Leaks can occur for a number of reasons: erosion, wet soil, broken pipes, among others, and can be found just about anywhere: within pool corners, lights, skimmers, etc. It can be very difficult to find where the leaks are coming from, and although there are several methods of leak detection out there, we pride ourselves in using LeakTronics technology for our in house leak detection services. LeakTronics is the leading manufacturer and distributor of leak detection equipment worldwide. With LeakTronics, we can accurately find just about any leak in your pool and quickly get the problem solved.
Free estimates are given on site after individual pool inspection and leak detection.