PLUMBING, TILING, AND POOL REPAIRS
If you notice that the water level in your pool is decreasing, there may be a leak somewhere. To find the leak, you can perform a simple evaporation test. Fill a bucket with water and place it in the pool, making sure the water in the bucket is at the same level as the pool water. Mark the water level of the bucket with a pen or pencil and wait for 24 hours. If the pool water level drops more than the bucket water level, there is likely a leak. If the leak is small, you can use a leak repair kit to fix it. Otherwise, you will need to find a professional to do the repair.
BROKEN OR CRACKED TILES
Pool tiles can break or crack over time, especially if they are exposed
to harsh weather conditions. If you notice any broken or cracked tiles in your
pool, you should replace them as soon as possible to avoid further damage. You
can buy replacement tiles at your local pool store and use tile adhesive to fix
them in place.
PUMP AND PLUMBING ISSUES
Your pool pump is responsible for circulating the water in your pool, which keeps it clean and clear. If your pump is not working properly, your pool water can become dirty and cloudy. Check the pump regularly for any signs of damage or wear and tear. If you notice any problems, it is important to call a professional to repair or replace the pump.
Your pool filter is essential for removing dirt and debris from your pool water If your filter is not working properly, your pool water can become cloudy and unsanitary. Check the filter regularly for any signs of damage or clogging. If you notice any problems, clean or replace the filter as needed.
Regular maintenance and prompt repairs are essential for keeping your swimming pool in good condition. By following these tips, you can ensure that your pool stays clean, clear, and safe for swimming.