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  Pool Leak Detection

  It's quite normal for your pool to lose some water due to evaporation, splash out and some to backwashing your filter,
  the more the pool is used with people getting in and out the more water will be lost.
  If you routinely need to add more than two inches of water to your pool per week, you may well have a leak.

  The problem areas are:

  Balance tank.
  It is essential that the balance tank should be well insulated, any balance tank that is not well insulated will quickly leak a   substantial amount of water.
  Simple to diagnose. To fix approximately £250 depending on size of tank.

  Overflow channel.
  The overflow channels like balance tanks should be regularly insulated.
  Simple to diagnose. To fix approximately £285.00 depending on size of pool.

  Water leaking under coping/overflow tiles.
  Simple to diagnose. Survey required for cost of repair.

  Second Concrete Pour fault
  This is a fault that occurs when the pool has been constructed in two stages. Water loss occurs and level drops below first tile.
  Easy to diagnose but quite costly to repair...approx. £2000

  Damaged pipes.
  Significant water loss but difficult to diagnose accurately.
  Minimum cost to carry out permanent repair £2600+

  This pool needed the base level to be raised because the pipework was leaking,
  new pipework was laid on the base and holes were drilled into the pump room.

                    

  Cracks.
  Difficult to diagnose. Survey required for cost of repair.

  Full survey to diagnose faults £250.00.
  Please note sometimes the pool will require emptying to carry out a full survey.