POOL LEAK DETECTION
Call the Pool Leak Detection experts Today! Our pool technicians will find and repair your pool leaks or spa leaks with minimal fuss using the most up to date pool leak detection equipment.
Undetected pool leaks or spa leaks may lead to unnecessary property damage. Pool leaks or spa leaks can also create serious structural problems for your fibreglass, concrete or vinyl lined pool or spa. Early pool leak detection and prevention is the answer.
Is My Pool Leaking?
All pools and spas will leak at some point in over time. A little hole in your pool if left unrepaired can result in hundreds of litres of water being unnecessarily leaked and wasted. Replacing the water can be costly not to mention the impact water wastage has on our already fragile water supply. As an added expense pool leaks will also increase the amount of chemicals used by your pool.
The easiest indication of a pool or spa water leak is a dramatic drop in the water level, it is important to understand what normal water loss is before you panic about a leak in your pool. Normal water loss can be contributed to:
A simple bucket test will help you determine if your swimming pools water loss is due to evaporation, splash out or a possible pool leak:
Symptoms Or Signs To Look For:
There are many simple signs that can help determine if your swimming pool has a water leak. If you find that any of these more common signs are happening in and around your pool then it may be time to call in the experts at VTY Pool Mart for further leak detection and pool leak repairs.
Types Of Leaks:
Leaks can be recognized and repaired in fibreglass shells, concrete pools and vinyl pool liners. They can be found using a combination of pressure testing and professional electrical equipment. .With this technology leaks can be located under pavers, concrete and soil without digging up your whole back yard.
Three types of leaks that cause problems with pools are:
To help establish if your pool leak is a static leak or a pressure leak, run your filtering system for a few hours and measure the pools water loss. Then repeat the process over the same time but without the filtering system running. If you lose water faster when the filtering system is running then you have yourself a pool pressure leak and will need to ask a professional to fix the problem.