REGULAR OR CASUAL
POOL EQUIPMENT SALES
If you live in Dromana then you’ll understand we have constantly changing weather patterns, which means a pool losing water isn’t an uncommon problem.
A pool losing water can be for many reasons such as an issue with the plumbing and leaking pipes, a problem at the equipment, hydrostatic valve, pool lights or a defect in the pool structure. A pool with an infinity edge and trough, pit, channel, or storage tank with faulty 2-way valves, 3-way valves, non-return valves or one way valves can often also be the source of the leak.
Try The Bucket Test
- Place a brick or rock in the bottom of a bucket and sit the bucket on the steps of your pool.
- Have the water in the bucket completely cover the brick or rock.
- Mark the water level on the outside of the bucket using tape or a permanent marker.
Our team at Dromana are experts in water-flow and we’re available 7 days a week, ready to be of service when required.
If you live in the Dromana area, and you think you have a pool leak it’s best to have it found and fixed as soon as possible.
When a pool loses water due to a leak, chemicals in the pool become diluted as the pool is refilled with fresh water.
Fresh water at Dromana doesn’t contain salt, chlorine, soda ash, stabiliser, buffer or calcium, so for your pool to chemically balanced, these will need to be added.
Evaporation doesn’t cause the loss of stabiliser, calcium or salt and if these need to be added more regularly than normal, it means you have a pool leak.