Preparing Your Pool for a Leak Detection
Before Atlantic Leak Detection professionals arrive to investigate your potential pool leak, you should first vacuum the pool. Dirt can cover the smallest leaks, so having a clean pool is a good start to ensure any leaks can be detected. Make sure the water is clean and clear so testing is effective. If it is not, the water could contain molds, fungus, larvae, algae and other contaminants that could make you sick, besides making it almost impossible to test.
When you call us to inquire about pool leaks, make sure you let us know:
• If the pool also includes a spa
• Where the pool equipment is located
• How many pumps you have
• The pool construction material (gunite, vinyl or fiberglass)
• How many skimmers there are
• If there are any other water features
• If it leaks more with the equipment turned on or off
• How much water is lost over a 24-hour period
• If there is an auto-fill on the pool or spa
• Have you let the water leak till it stops at a certain level
• How old is the pool and do you know who built it
If you have any questions on how to prepare for your leak detection, Contact Atlantic Leak Detection today.