A leaking water pipe is a serious problem, as it can cause severe damage to your pool or spa, decking, and property. Depending on its size and location, a water leak can also cause water to get under your home, where it can undermine your foundation and even wreck your flooring.
Finding a pool leak can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Is it a problem with the pipes (and if so, which ones?), the equipment, or the pool’s shell? Is there just one leak or – more likely – are there multiple problems? Because there are so many things that can go wrong, Amazing Pools & Spas, Inc. uses a systematic approach to check out every possibility. This ensures that if you hire us to make the recommended repairs, your leak problem will be history.
In addition to visual inspections, we make use of the latest leak detection technology, including sonar, electronic cable and pipe locators, micro-inspection cameras, and ultrasonic field testing. Our standard service includes a thorough inspection and analysis of your pool, spa, fountain, or pond’s…
- Plumbing System – We will check every pipe that goes to and from the pool, using specialized pressurizing equipment to detect any problems.
- Equipment – We will conduct a thorough inspection of all your pool equipment.
- Pool Shell – Your pool can be losing water through the lights, bottom drain, cracks in the pool or at the tile line, improperly sealed pipe openings or skimmer throats, and more. We will check it all.
We’ll Fix the Problem – Not Compound It
We specialize in finding leaks and isolating their location to within 1 or 2 square feet. You can be assured that we will not demolish your entire deck to get to the broken section of your pipe. Our systematic and high-tech approach enables us to isolate the location of your problem to within 1 or 2 square feet – potentially saving you thousands of dollars in repair costs.
How Can You Tell If You Have a Leak?
While the initial signs of a leak in a pool, spa, fountain, or pond can be subtle, the potential damage that a leak can cause is extreme. Call us if you notice any of the following possible signs of a water or gas line leak: Excessive water loss, problems with the deck or pump, cracks in the pool or at the tile line, air bubbles coming from the return line to the pool, a need to add far more chlorine or salt than usual, a pool heater that won’t light, or a noticeable gas smell anywhere in the yard.