Don’t drain your pool, we can fix it underwater!
Although many companies repair leaks, few have a highly skilled dive team capable of handling underwater repairs. The experts at Atlantic Leak Detection provide fast and affordable service throughout New Jersey and New York.
Atlantic Leak Detection is a specialist in underwater pool repairs. We use state-of-the-art repair techniques and are equipped with scuba gear and special tools. We are SCUBA certified by Padi and can make your underwater repairs fast and affordable!
No longer are pool owners kept out of the water for up to a week to complete a repair that includes several days of draining, re-plastering and water refill. Swimming can resume the following day, which will eliminate the risk of plaster expansion from the sun that can crack and further damage an empty exposed pool.
Virginia Graeme Baker Safety Act Compliance
Atlantic Leak Detection can bring your pool to compliance with the Virginia Graeme Baker Act.
On December 17, 2007, the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act was signed into law.
This law became effective December 19, 2008.
All public swimming pools and spas must comply with the provisions of the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act. The Act requires that all suction ports be equipped with ANSI A112.19.8 – 2007 approved anti-entrapment covers.
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We specialize in helping public pool owners and operators comply with the Virginia Graeme Baker (VGB) Safety Act as well as residential pool owners who are concerned with upgrading their pools with these very important safety features.
We install Anti-Entrapment Drain covers and SVRS Pumps.
Most of these upgrades can be done without draining your pool, saving you money, time and water. We work for lodging associations (hotels, motels), apartment complexes, homeowners associations, health clubs, municipalities, and insurance companies for their liability risk management plan.
If you would like more information or to schedule service please Contact Atlantic Leak Detection today.