Pool Leak Repair Done The Right Way
A swimming pool can leak in many different areas. In order to figure out what needs to be repaired you must first have a leak detection service performed in most cases. Sometimes you can see the water leaking out of the plumbing, in this instance a leak detection may not be necessary. Other times a pool leak repair can be a simple, easy fix. If you can see water going out your backwash then it's usually a matter of replacing the gasket in your backwash valve. Once the location of the leak has been identified to the area of which the pool is leaking, the pool leak can be repaired. A lot of the time, the leak is located underground, usually under the decking around your pool. If this is the case, we have to remove a small patch of decking in order to perform the "pool leak repair". Sometimes your pool skimmer is the culprit and needs to be repaired or replaced. If that is the case then sometimes removal of the skimmer is the only way to stop the leak. However, sometimes we can just patch the area that is leaking. A large crack in the pool surface can sometimes lead to a leaking pool as well. This is usually caused by the shifting of the pool and needs to be repaired in order to help prevent even more shifting. So no matter where your pool is leaking, or how big or small the leak is, please give us a call to give you an estimate on what it's going to take to repair it.
No matter what the reason or how big or small the job is, Houston pool leak detection is completely capable of finding and repairing your leak . Even if another pool leak detection company finds the leak in your swimming pool give us a shot at giving you a bid on repairing the leak.
We will do swimming pool leak repairs in all of the areas surrounding Houston, including The Woodlands, Spring, Huntsville, Willis, Montgomery, New Caney, Katy, Sugarland, Trinity, Crockett, Lufkin, Nacogdoches, and surrounding areas.
Our goal is to save you as much money as possible, so if you are unsure whether you need a "Pool Leak Detection", please watch the following video and perform a "bucket test".