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Pool leaks can occur anywhere in or outside your pool. Before searching for a leak, make sure you check your entire filter system area, including the pump, filter, heater, chlorinator, etc.
If you have an in-ground pool, leaks can occur by cracked piping underground. If you suspect this, call a local pool professional to pressure test the lines for possible cracks.
Before you start searching for the leak, you must determine that you have a leak and are not losing water to evaporation. We recommend the bucket method for determining whether or not you have a leak, it’s simple and cost-effective:
For the bucket method, you’ll need:
To find the leak yourself without hiring a company, we recommend the ink method:
In any case with a leak, we recommend consulting a professional to inspect your pool as there may be more serious damage as a product of poor workmanship or engineering. However, there are some DIY fixes for minor leaks that can be carried out with a proper guide:
The three most common leaks are:
Please note, not all leaks are detectable using DIY methods. You may be dealing with plumbing or equipment problems more severe than you realise. Because of this, even after patching leaks yourself, we encourage you to hire a pool professional to run their eyes over your pool to ensure you are not putting a bandaid over a major issue.
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