We use specialized electronic audio leak detection equipment to check your entire pool including all suction, pressure lines, skimmer, main drains, and lights. Most leaks we can patch or seal the first time we come out inclusive of our leak detection price we quoted. If there is a problem with a line or any other major repair is needed; we mark the area and provide you with a written quote to do the work with a $100 discount because you did the initial leak test with us.
Some cracks may just be superficial in the finish of the pool and don’t leak. However, many will go all the way through the concrete pool shell which can allow water to leak out. Overtime this will compact or wash away the soil supporting the shell. If you are losing water and suspect a structural crack is your problem it needs to be stabilized as soon as possible to prevent further damage. We have customers who try to put a band-aid on a major problem by applying epoxy or cement to keep it from leaking. As the pool continues to crack and settle the hardened epoxy simply cracks and leaks through again. These attempts at patching a structural problem actually add to the cost and time it takes to correctly repair the crack.
This is a great example of what tree roots can do to your pool plumbing. With roots we sometimes find the break right where the root is pushing down on or crushing the line. Other times the stress is transferred several feet away to a joint that finally cracks like the picture below. Cracking decks and general settling of the earth around a pool can all contribute to broken plumbing lines. The advantage of using us to pinpoint a break in your plumbing is that you won’t have large areas of your deck or yard torn up. This is typical through trial and error methods of finding a pool leak.
Light Niche Replacements are no small job and can prove to be quite tricky. This type of replacement takes an experienced professional along with some grit and hard work. Florida requires a Certified Pool Contractor to conduct a light niche replacement and our team of qualified technicians are standing by and awaiting your call.
Pool Skimmer Replacements are one of the most commonly seen occurrences in our industry. Our experienced team of repair specialists are trained to make these repairs and get your pool back up and running in most cases the same day! We only use quality material for replacements and ensure your deck is left in pristine condition when we complete the work.
When purchasing a home with a pool we suggest contacting a leak detection expert to complete a buyer’s inspection on the pool/spa. This service will include electronic leak detection, full surface inspection, and we’ll check the plumbing lines between the pool and equipment. We’ll provide you with a detailed inspection report of the results with photos. Not only will this provide peace of mind, but it may save you thousands in the long run!
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.