Your pool will naturally lose some water to evaporation, some to splash out and some to backwash waste-water. You may also gain water from rainfall. Our rule of thumb is, if you’ve lost more than 1/4-inch during a 24 hour period, you’ll need to perform a pool leak detection procedure and apply pool leak repair methods to address any leaks in skimmers, return lines, lights and drains and/or your pools shell. Pools are meant to be watertight, of course, but sealants will deteriorate, while other parts of your pool shift and settle, or just plain wear out. Pools can leak through any of the fittings or accessories, plumbing or even right through the shell. It is important to repair pool leaks, not only to save water, heat and chemicals, but also to prevent undermining pool structural components, and washing away fill dirt.
Niagara Leak Detection detects leaks in your swimming pools by using state-of-the-art electronic leak detection technology. Detection of pool water leaks has taken a quantum leap ahead of traditional, time-consuming methods. We can determine electronically whether or not your pools is actually leaking and if so electronically detect and locate leaks using various equipment.
Niagara Leak Detection specializes in Swimming Pool Leak Detection and Repairs in the Region of Niagara including St. Catharines, Niagara on the Lake, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, Port Colborne, Welland, Thorold, Vineland, Beamsville, Grimsby, and surrounding areas.