Perfect Pools Sandton professionally manage every aspect of the job and stand behind every job we do. As a pool company, we want to develop a long-term relationship with each customer. This drives us to ensure that every job is done well. If you are not sure what needs to be done, we can come out and diagnose the problem and present you with an estimate for the needed work.
Why would you need pool repairs?
A pool can be a great luxury, but it also comes with its share of expenses. In addition to routine maintenance and cleaning, repairs will be needed after a while. It’s just part of the normal wear and tear of a swimming pool.
Concrete or marbelite swimming pools can get cracks. Minor cracks can be patched; larger cracks may also require you to completely overhaul your pool.
Fiberglass pools are almost indestructible but reactions to minerals and other chemical substances can cause an ugly discoloration. If discoloration gets too bad, an acid wash might be the best solution.
The pool pump system for all types of pools needs repairs from time to time.
Different Types of Swimming Pool Leak Repairs
Pump strainer cover leaks
The cover for your pump strainer housing can cause both water leaks and air leaks. In case you’ve noticed an unusual amount of bubbles escaping from the return lines, the filtration system might have an air leak. If the strainer cover isn’t on tightly, air is sucked inside. After turning off the pump, you may remove the pump strainer lid and examine the O-ring.
The O-ring may be clogged up with debris, or it might be cracked or stretched out. For swimming pool leak repair related to the pump strainer cover, you might need to replace the O-ring.
Pump Housing Leaks
Air or water leaks to your pool system may occur due to a cracked pump housing. This might be fixed with epoxy resin or different bonding products, available for swimming pool leak repairs, however you could need to replace it completely.
Suction side Leaks
Suction side leaks are a common mechanical problem with outdoor swimming pools, and the exact location of the leak can be hard to discover. If you have a suction side swimming pool leak, you’ll probably note air bubbles around the pump basket.
When you notice that the water level inside the pool is lower than normal, it might be a sign that you have a pool leak.
Pin pointing the cause of the leak could be tricky. The leak can be located in several places. It could be within the pump housing, within the p.c pipes, or in the skimmer. Underground pipes can also leak occasionally.
In case you suspect that the leak is underground somewhere, you may want to call a professional for leak detection services.
Pool leaks can also originate on the pump pipes that can break or crack. The pipes are usually made from p.c, and can be easily replaced. The suction lines, return lines, and main drain are all potential sources of a swimming pool leak.
At Perfect Pools Sandton, we provide professional swimming pool leak repair services throughout the Sandton area. To find out more, call us anytime.
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Our Pool Service Areas
Perfect Pools Sandton services the following areas:
Sandton: Atholl, Douglasdale, Benmore Gardens, Hurlingham, Waterfall Estate, Midrand, Hurlingham Manor, Atholl Gardens, Beverley, Broadacres, Bryanston, Cedar Creek, The Gardens, Craigavon, Edenburg, Fernbrook Estate, Fourways, Fourways Gardens, Lyme Park, Buccleuch, Linbro Park Gallo Manor, Sandown, Cedar Lakes, Sandhurst Hyde Park, Illovo, Inanda, Kelvin, Khyber Rock, Lonehill, Marlboro Gardens, Morningside, Norscot, Sandton, Parkmore, Paulshof, Rivonia, Magaliessig, Petervale, Pineslopes, River Club, Rosebank, Strathavon, Sunninghill, , Wendywood, Woodmead, Wynberg