Involves diving into the pool and finding any loose liner clips, holes or cracks in the liner and repairing the leak.
Plugs are placed into both ends of the pipeline and air is pumped into the pipe. If the pipe holds pressure it is sound. If not the location of the leak can be identified using ultrasonic leak location.
Using methods such as ultra sonic leak locater and squirting dye near suspicious areas we can find the exact location of the leak.
If a section of pipe is identified as broken it will have to be dug up and repaired. We have concrete cutters and jackhammers on board.
Diving into pool, inspect valve to see if it needs replacing, if so remove and replace it.
Evaporation can vary greatly, so the best way to test is to do the bucket test. Fill a bucket to the brim, mark the bucket and the pool with something to show the water level. Place it in the pool, either on the first step or in the skimmer box. Wait at least 8 hours, and check the water level. If the pool level is lower than the water level in the bucket, it is likely you have a leak so feel free to contact us about it or make an inquiry.
Pricing can vary greatly due to a possibility of unforeseeable problems. However, it will always be cheaper than constantly filling the pool with water, chemicals and salt.
Compare the bill with previous ones. If there is an excessive increase in consumption, it is very possible you have a leak.