From simple tile replacement to structural failure, Pool Solutions (LeakingPools.com) has the knowledge, experience and dedication to handle any repairs your pool or spa may need. We can utilize various methods and techniques to satisfy any size and type of repair.
There are many ways to keep your pool in top-shape and prevent serious problems from arising; however, there are bound to be problems no matter how hard you try to prevent them. When it comes to pool repairs, most are best left to a pool professional to properly diagnose and repair. However, there may be some minor repairs that you can fix yourself, but use your judgment wisely because a small problem can turn into a big problem if it is not fixed properly the first time.
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Common pool problems include a broken pool heater, a broken pool cover, a broken pool filtration system and having a cracked surface. Serious problems, such as the pool heater failing to work, should be left to a professional to properly diagnose. Usually when a pool heater isn’t working it means that one of the safety features has engaged. Call a pool professional to come out and take a look at it before any work is done. Likewise, you should handle a broken filtration system in the same way. If the system has stopped working, then one of the safety features on the motor has probably engaged. Chemical imbalances in the water can also cause such problems. Either way, it is important to get the right diagnoses before any work is done.
Broken tiles and cracked surfaces are another common problem with pools. If the pool tile is broken then it will need to be replaced by a pool professional, unless however, you are handy with setting tiles yourself. If the surface is cracked or flaking then the pool may need to be resurfaced with plaster. You should have a pool professional come take a look at the surface and let you know whether it can be patched or if it needs to be resurfaced. Find out specifically whether the crack is structural or not, because a structural crack may require significantly more work to correct.
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