When carrying out regular pool cleaning or pool maintenance services, we will also check for potential leaks in your pool system. Leaks can occur in the pipes or hoses attached to your pool and work together to pump the water throughout the pool’s internal connection system. When one of the pipes become loose, leaky, or faulty, this can lead to a costly mess that you’ll find yourself having to pay for in extensive water bills. We attempt to stop the leaks as soon as they are detected to save you the extra water costs and to find you a more permanent solution.
If you begin to notice that your water levels are gradually lowering, this might be a cause for concern and could be an indicator of a potential leak. When your water levels begin to sink, it could mean that some of the water that should otherwise be circulated throughout the pool is instead being pumped or leaking elsewhere. You can also check areas around your lawn to see if you notice excessive water or pooling, as this could indicate an external pipe or hose is leaking the water into your lawn.
Hose leaks are often the result of natural wear and tear, animals biting at them over time, or a failed connection. When your hose begins to leak, you’ll want to seek out our assistance so that the hose does not flood other parts of your landscape or cost you too much in water bills. Hose leaks are more annoying to clean up than hazardous, but we’ll still shut off the water at the source to prevent further leaking. We’ll also want to ensure that more measures are in place to protect the hose and avoid having it deteriorate in the same way the previous hose did.
Another common type of leak is a pool liner leak. If you have an above-ground pool, you probably also have a vinyl liner. This liner is a soft and smooth material that covers the sides of the pool, making it easier to clean and maintain. However, whenever your liner becomes ripped, it can lead to leaks and water flowing through the tear and becoming lodged between the remaining vinyl liner and the pool’s edges. Sharp toys or objects, blunt force, and even pets in the pool can all rip the lining.
Cracks in the infrastructure of your pool can also lead to leaks. Though less common, this doesn’t mean that they can’t happen. If your pool is made of concrete or there are cracks in the interior tiles, you might notice more water leaking onto your deck or around the exterior of your pool. When this happens, we’ll often have to repair and fill the crack in so that water can’t leak out from the edges of the pool. If your pool does have a structural leak, you’ll want to ensure it’s repaired as soon as possible, as these can be quite damaging and detrimental to your pool as a whole.
There are a lot of reasons why you might need a Pool Leak Detection Service. A few of the most common ones are:
The benefits that you get from hiring our company’s Pool Leak Detection Service include: