Consider checking your pool’s water level and possible water loss to save money on high water bills.
“Residential swimming pools provide hours of family fun, but they can also leak, which can cause high water bills and damage to surrounding property,” said Alan King Operations Manager at American Leak Detection, serving Atlanta and the north Georgia area. “Environmental factors such as humidity, wind, and air as well as water temperature can all impact a pool’s water level, but members of the local community should be aware of a few telltale signs that may indicate there’s a problem with the pool.” If a homeowner must add water to the pool more than once a week or if they notice that the pool deck is sinking or lifting, then a water leak may be present. The presence of air in the pool’s filtration system or pool equipment is another warning signs there may be a leak.
American Leak Detection’s web site explains how the homeowner may check the water loss themselves to see if you need a leak detection performed.
If pool owners suspect a leak, they can use the company’s Bucket Test to test their pool for leaks. If after performing the Bucket Test, local residents suspect their pool may have a leak, they should call a professional right away. “We want members of the community to have a leak-free, safe and enjoyable pool season.”
The company’s experienced specialists use state-of-the-art equipment and methodology to locate concealed pipe leaks.