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Inground swimming pools are a popular feature in many homes and commercial properties such as hotels, condos, and aquatic facilities. They provide a source of relaxation, recreation, and entertainment.
However, like any other structure, inground pools will require repairs over time due to various factors such as wear and tear, age, or damage.
Here’s an overview of common inground swimming pool repairs the Pool Commander handles perfectly.
Leak Detection and Repair
One of the most critical issues with inground pools is leaks. Leaks can occur in the pool shell, plumbing, or equipment. At the Pool Commander, our pool technicians use various methods to detect leaks, such as pressure testing, dye testing, or electronic leak detection equipment.
Once the source is identified, repairs can range from patching small cracks to more extensive fixes for structural issues.
Over time, the pool shell may develop cracks due to ground movement, settling, and weather. Cracks in the pool’s concrete or gunite shell should be addressed promptly to prevent further damage. Depending on the size and severity of the cracks, repairs may involve filling them with epoxy or specialized pool patching materials.
Tile and Coping Repairs
The tiles and coping around the pool edge can become damaged or dislodged. This affects the pool’s aesthetics and can lead to water leakage. Repairing or replacing damaged tiles and coping are maintenance tasks that help maintain the pool’s structural integrity and appearance.
Inground pools use various equipment, such as pumps, filters, heaters, and chlorinators. Malfunctions in these components can lead to water quality issues or even damage to the pool. Regular maintenance and timely repairs of equipment issues are essential to keep the pool in good working condition.
The area around the pool, including the deck, may also require repairs. Cracked or uneven decking can pose safety hazards and impact the pool’s aesthetics. Repairing or resurfacing the deck is essential for maintaining a safe and attractive pool environment.
For pools with a plaster finish, the plaster can degrade over time, leading to rough surfaces, discoloration, or chipping. Replastering is a more extensive repair that involves removing the old application and applying a new layer to restore the pool’s appearance and functionality.
It’s vital to know that prompt detection of issues and timely repairs are crucial for ensuring the longevity and safety of inground swimming pools.
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