Do you suspect that your inground pool is leaking or do you know that your inground pool has “sprung a leak”? Call Houston’s top pool leak detection experts at JDR now and let us find and fix your pool leak issues.
Using our state-of-the-art leak detection equipment and years of hands-on pool expertise, we can quickly and affordably identify your pool leak issue and resolve it to prevent future damage.
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How Do You Know That Your Pool Has A Leak?
Here are a few simple signs to look out for if you suspect that you have a pipe leak:
You are constantly noticing a low water level on your skimmer, stairs or pool walls and need to add water to your pool. SOMETIMES, you can lose water to evaporation, but if you are constantly adding water with a hose to your pool, the chances are you have a leak.
Wet / Damp Yard
Is there a damp spot in your yard that does not dry out? This could very well be the result of a pipe leak. When a pipe is leaking underground, the water rises to the surface. Another indication is greener, healthier looking grass in that area. If you cannot figure out why only one area of your yard is damp, a pipe leak is most likely the culprit. Try digging a small hole and see if the hole fills immediately with water.
Low Water Pressure
Has the water pressure in your pool been fluctuating? Unfortunately, if you have noticed instability in your pool equipment, it might be due to low pressure that is being caused by either a clog or leak in the pipe that feeds your equipment.
Cracks in the Concrete
Do you have a crack in your concrete pool decking? Cracks in concrete around the pool area or even the garage are a sign of a pipe leak. Check to see if there is discoloration in the cement around the crack from water seeping.
Thankfully, inground pool pipe leaks are not the primary cause of pool leaks. However, if after checking the above signs you realize you have an inground pool pipe us you want to contact us TODAY. With state of the art technology, pool leak detection professionals can pinpoint a leak without damaging your property.