Leak DETECTIONS

Here in the Lower Mainland we deal with a unique and ever-changing climate, varied weather conditions and high volumes of precipitation. This environment can be challenging for all pools and spas. Even the best pool and spa designs will face fluctuating chemical levels due to heavy rains, shifting soil from changing ground water levels and constant expansion/contraction due to temperature disparity. With that, the wear on plumbing and structural integrity can lead to leaks. Leaks are very common and can cause high water consumption.

Here at West Coast Pool & Spa we pride ourselves on early identification of, and response to, leaks. Our routine maintenance allows us to monitor chemicals levels and, as such, identify potential leaks through changes in chemical consumption. We also provide means of initial testing for water loss and leak identification through our service department. We can chart the best course of action to eliminate leaks, and protect your pool (and pocketbook) from water loss.

Do you suspect a leak? Want more information on routine maintenance? Contact us and speak to one of our experienced staff members about any questions you may have.

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