If you’re adding more than one inch of water a week to your pool, you may have a leak. If you are unsure, visit our website at www.floridapoolandleak.com to learn how to do a simple test to determine if your pool is leaking. A leak, even a small one, can cost you more than you think. In addition to costly water bills and added chemical consumption, your leak could cause accelerated surface deterioration, equipment failures and even sink holes.
It’s not just water loss! Leaks can also cause major property and equipment damage.
Florida Pool and Leak Specialists, Inc. have been serving its residential and commercial customers within southeast Florida since 1998 by finding and repairing leaks to over 25,000 pools. Our uniformed, trained and courteous technicians provide extensive testing utilizing a state of the art ultrasonic pinpoint locator as well with dye testing around return fittings, main drains, lights, pool shell and vacuum fittings. They also pressure test all plumbing systems which gives us the confidence to give you the customer a peace of mind guarantee.
“If we don’t find your leak, you pay nothing”
The summer months are busy with fun in the sun, but finding a leak can put a damper on the season. Therefore, there is help for families that want to save money when determining whether they have a leak. Try the bucket test. The bucket test takes only a short period of time to test and can save the average family inspection fees. Remember this tip, 1 inch per week evaporated is normal for a pool. To learn more about the bucket test, visit our website at https://floridapoolandleak.com/. At Florida Leak Specialists, Inc., we work to provide quality leak detection and pool maintenance for residential, as well as commercial clients.