Leak Detection for Pools & Spas
Trust Geneva Pool Service to find and fix your pool leak the same way you and thousands of other pool owners trust us with your pool maintenance and service. Geneva Pool Service is one of the only pool service companies located in the Fox Valley with their own equipment, technology and expertise to detect leaks and repair them, in-house, often in the same day.
Water leaks aren’t only annoying, but they can be destructive and expensive. A leak in your pool plumbing can keep the water meter running until the leak is fixed, costing you hundreds of dollars, if not more, in water fees. Even a small water leak in your pool, one that slowly lowers the water level, can end up costing a lot of money just to keep the pool full.
Pool leaks, especially leaks underground, can go undetected for long periods of time, and this can cause a lot of damage, and eventually can compromise your pool’s structure. This obviously can lead to very expensive repairs that can be easily avoided at a fraction of the cost by having Geneva Pool Service detect if your pool or plumbing system has a leak.
FIND AND FIX
Geneva Pool Service is very unique as we have professionals who are highly trained at detecting leaks using our state-of-the-art, non-intrusive leak detection equipment, as well as pool repair and maintenance professionals with decades of experience fixing, installing and maintaining pools.
If you suspect a leak, Geneva Pool Service can be out in the morning, find the leak, and have it repaired in the same day. For inground pools, we are skilled and experienced in cutting cement pool decks to expose the leak, fix the plumbing and re-pour the cement all in the same day, so you can get back to enjoying your pool as soon as possible.
SIGNS OF A LEAK
How do you know you might have a leak? There are some telling signs.
Your pool or spa loses water faster than it should. If you find yourself refilling your pool or spa more and more often, chances are you have a leak somewhere. Cracks on the side of your pool or drips from your pool’s plumbing is an obvious sign you have a leak, but if you notice your pool equipment loses prime, this could mean a hidden leak, and it should be fixed as soon as possible. A dry pool pump is a soon-to-be dead pool pump which can costs several hundred dollars to replace AFTER you had the leak found and fixed.
It really does pay to be proactive if you think your pool or spa might have a leak.
POOL LEAK DETECTION AND BEYOND
No matter what type of leak or where the leak is located, Geneva Pool Service can find it and fix it. Our leak detection equipment not only finds leaks in pools and pool plumbing, but also in spas, yard fountains, irrigation systems and just about any other system that carries water.