Pool leak detection with your home inspection is something every new buyer should consider. New home purchases should be fun an exciting, but often times the home buying experience is extremely stressful and daunting. We are told “for your protection get a home inspection”, but does that cover everything?
The truth is most home inspections do not cover pool leak detection. A pool or spa leak issue when you move into a new home is the last thing you want to be dealing with. Costly pool repairs can add up and hopefully it’s not a major repair like a structural crack or skimmer replacement.
When purchasing a home with a pool we suggest contacting a leak detection expert to do an inspection on the pool. Not only will this provide peace of mind, but it may save you thousands in the long run.
If you are currently considering purchasing a home with a pool, contact Florida Leak Locators to conduct a home inspection leak detection on your prospective new pool or spa. You will feel much better moving into your new home knowing your swimming pool is free of leaks or expensive repairs.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
We’re committed to loyalty to our customers. That’s why we’ve been successfully servicing the state of Florida for over 20 years. Our dedicated team of professionals treat you and your property with the utmost respect. We are committed to delivering outstanding customer service matched by unparalleled expertise and knowledge when it comes to pool leaks and repairs.
FLL uses highly sensitive underwater audio equipment to listen to all the fittings, main drains, lights and other features in your pool and/or spa. This helps our highly skilled technicians determine where the pool leak or leaks are located.
The vast majority of leaks can be fixed at no additional charge when we conduct the initial leak test. If your leak is under the pool deck, we will pin-point the break, mark the area and give you a written estimate on the cost of the repairs.
Don’t let a swimming pool crack go unchecked! If you are losing water and suspect a structural crack is your problem then it needs to be stabilized as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Putting a “band-aid” on a major problem…
The vast majority of leaks can be fixed at no additional charge when we conduct the initial leak test.