A Standard Inspection & Repair of a Leaking
Inspect the Equipment Pad:
Check the pump, motor, filter, valves, heater, chlorinator and backwash for leaks.
Check the housings, the bond between the pool and the skimmer, gaskets, tiles in skimmer entrances
Isolate and test each pipe as permitted by existing valve
and plumbing arrangement
Inspect fiberglass stairs, dye test the stair molding gasket and screws, check seals and gaskets around return pipe
Underwater Inspection - Vinyl Liner Pool:
Visually, tactually and with detection dye, inspect the liner for: leaks, pinholes, tears, seam defects, check all
gaskets, faceplates and screws. Patch up to 20 holes, liners with over 20 holes may be charged extra. Insect (TERMITES)
pinholes are common in above ground pool liners and may be patched or sealed with flexible sealer.
Underwater Inspection - Gunite / Shotcrete / Cement or Fiberglass Pools:
Visually, and with leak detection dye, inspect the surface of the pool shell for cracks and leaks, check every pipe
fitting for leaks, check to tile surround and entrances to the skimmers.
Inspect and dye test the light conduit, ground fittings,
rim seal gaskets, screws, and niche housing for leaks, cracks, or corroded metal.
Dye test hydro valves, test and evaluate
valve function, clean seals, replace gaskets and / or replace entire valves.
Main Drain Pipes, Sumps, Drain Safety Covers:
test the main drain pipe(s), check the sump for leaks, evaluate the main drain safety cover for function, properly secured,
make recommendations for upgrading to VGB certified covers.
the underwater leaks are found and confirmed with leak detection dye, they are repaired with a variety of glues, solvents,
epoxies, caulks, rubber sealants, patches, plaster or fiberglass. All repair materials are designed to be applied underwater.
Swimming may resume immediately or very soon after the repairs are completed. Underground pipe repair and structural
crack injection are referred back to your regular pool company.