The problem is that they are vulnerable like any other structure. They may develop cracks as the result of wear and tear, shifts in the ground, imperfections in materials, and so on. These leaks can lead to water bill increases ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars.
If a swimming pool leak causes foundation issues, then the cost of repairing those issues can start at $500 to replace washed-out soil and more to repair the damage that leaks can cause to a foundation.
Swimming pool leak detection is one of the best ways to ensure that you can minimize the costs of a leak in your home. Let's explore how we accomplish this.
Detection Stops Leaks at the Source
Leak detection pinpoints the cause of leaks by utilizing a variety of techniques designed to determine where the water exits a pool. This allows experts such as ourselves to quickly find the leak, which in turn keeps the repairs limited to exactly what you need.
Keeping Repairs Minimal Saves Money and Adds to the Longevity of a Pool
Every small change made to a pool has the negative effect of detracting from the overall durability of a pool. This is why major repairs, unless they are performed by an expert, tend to fail given enough time.
Small repairs can be problematic because they add new places for the concrete of a pool to fail. This can accelerate cracks caused by foundation shifts, which in turn can lead to a pool needing to be replaced sooner rather than later.
By using swimming pool leak detection, we're able to keep the repairs to your pool at an absolute minimum. This increases their effectiveness while minimizing the negative impacts that repairs may have upon your pool.
Leaks Need to be Detected
Swimming pool leaks are just like any other type of leak, – they tend to worsen as they remain in disrepair. This increases the overall costs of repairs and can inevitably leak your pool in too poor of a shape to be used.
If you suspect that your swimming pool might have a leak, then contact Leak Locators. We target leaks to keep your property safe and sound.
You can contact us by calling (919) 376-9203. We want to work with you to stop leaks and the ill effects they may cause on your property.