Perry Pools & Spas is proud to offer more than top quality pool construction: we also have highly trained professionals to provide leak detection and pool inspection services. Click on the tabs below to see more details about how we can help with your pool leak or inspection.
There's nothing wrong with a little pool water loss. In fact, a healthy pool can lose on average a 1/4 inch a day or 2 inches per week depending on environmental conditions, normal pool use, water temperature and even backwashing the filter. Problematic water loss should be addressed immediately, as extensive damage can occur if not, and that's where we come in.
If you notice your pool water drops more than 2 inches in a week, see puddles forming underneath pool equipment, have air in your system or notice cracks forming in your pool's foundation, it's time to give us a call.
Our leak detection specialists use state-of-the art equipment and extensive repair knowledge to determine the origin of the leak and how much water is being lost. From there, we are able to establish a repair plan and cost estimate that will help us move forward.
Since time is of the essence when it comes to pool leak repair, it's important to begin work immediately. If a leak is left unrepaired, it can cause more damage and ultimately be a more costly repair than initially determined. Contact our pool leak detection repair experts today so we can determine the source of the pool leak and fix it quickly, efficiently and cost effectively.
A swimming pool is a great investment for your home. There is a sense of confidence in the quality of the swimming pool if you hired the contractor, selected the materials and design, and create your own pool. But, what if you are purchasing a home with an existing pool? How would you know if the pool is working as intended? Are there any repairs needed? Perry Pools & Spas offers residential pool inspection services to put your mind at ease.
The inspection we perform is a visual and operational inspection of the pool and equipment. After our inspection is completed, we provide a report with repair recommendations and referrals to capable companies.
An average inspection takes about an hour and the fee is due upon completion and submission of the pool inspection report.
We do not make any repairs during an inspection nor do we perform any pressure testing of plumbing lines as part of an inspection. If there is reason to suspect underground lines are leaking we would make the recommendation to perform pressure testing.
For more information or to schedule your pool inspection, contact us today.