If you’ve invested a lot of money in a swimming pool you obviously want to get as much use out of your pool as you can for the foreseeable future. So the last thing you need to worry about is a gas leak in your pool. After all with so much water in a domestic pool how can you tell the difference between just natural water evaporation and an actual leak issue?
That’s where the expertise of ADI comes in because our equipment allows us to search for leaks even if they’re buried deep underground. And this is especially important when it comes to swimming pool tracing water leaks because these leaks are going to be running deep and are going to take real expertise to locate.
But why is finding a leak in your swimming pool so important? Can’t you just top up the water levels if it’s not that serious a leak? Well you can do this but the problem is you’re not factoring in the damage the leaking water could be causing to the foundations of your pool. If the water leak is serious enough it could cause underground soil erosion which will weaken the base that your pool is sitting on with potentially extremely damaging results.
That’s why calling ADI when you first suspect a leak in your pool is the right thing to do – the sooner we get to carry out a central heating leak investigation on your property the sooner we can identify the problem and then help you fix it. Leaving it too late could mean having to have your pool foundations entirely rebuilt which isn’t going to be cheap.
Your pool is a valuable addition to your property so don’t let it go to waste or be ruined for the sake of a single phone call to an ADI engineer.