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San Diego Pool Repair

Before you call for pool repair service, here a few tips you can do to speed up the process of the whole assessment phase in pool repair. For every water loss, there are usually three swimming pool factors. The first cause is the common leak problem in the pool plumbing, second are leak problems in the swimming pool shell, and lastly, excessive evaporation from the swimming pool.

Let us delve into the third factor first before deciding to call for pool repair service because it can be dealt with easily. If the pool has not been in use for weeks, it is highly improbable that the cause is excessive evaporation. What is excessive evaporation? Just imagine this scenario: it is the middle of summer, the heat is around 42° Celsius, and there a number of people getting in and out of the pool. This is an example of excess evaporation; the evaporation of your pool water. The example also displays another water-loss factor from the number of individuals occupying and vacating, and this is splash-out water

Now here are some things you can do on your own before calling for pool repair service:

• Run a quick examination of your swimming pool. Get a bucket filled with water and place it on the second step or put it somewhere where you can compare the bucket water and pool water. Make sure both water is on the same level. Now try to wait for a few days. You will know if excess evaporation is evident when both water levels are going down at equal or congruent rates. However, what you should look out for is if the pool water is decreasing faster than the bucket water, because this means you have a leak.

• If your pool water is decreasing due to a leak or leaks, there are several assessments that can be done – but calling in the pool repair specialist will be your best move so he can quickly assess the condition. You can also choose to assess the situation further by examining around the filter pad for obvious leaks and at the same time, look for drips.

• At this point, it is time to do checks on your pool. Begin by blocking the holes one part at a time. Now try to block up just the water returns and see if the leak rate slows down. You can screw a plug into the skimmers and see if you observe a water loss change.

Make sure to post warning signs so no one uses the pool during the tests. Not only can this be unfavorable to the testing, it could be unsafe to a swimmer.

If you think this is too hard or complicated, and none of those plugs slow down the water loss rate, then it is definitely time to call on reliable specialists for quality pool repair.

These professionals concentrate on finding and fixing leaks and similar swimming pool problems. Contact your pool service expert and make sure you consult for current references before you appoint a pool repair contractor.

Call us today at (619) 272-2476 to speak with San Diego pool repair specialist from Guaranteed Pool Plastering.


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