If you notice a sudden decline in the water level of your pool, it may be a sign of a leak. You can also have a professional perform a pressure test to identify any issues.
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Common causes of pool leaks include damaged or worn out plumbing components, a crack in the pool shell, or a damaged pool light or skimmer.
Depending on the cause and severity of the leak, repairs can range from replacing plumbing components to resealing the entire pool shell. It is best to consult a professional for the best solution.
The length of time needed to repair the pool leak will depend on the cause and severity of the leak. Generally, minor repairs can take a few hours whereas more complex repairs can take days to complete.
No, it is not safe to use your pool while it is leaking. Leaks can cause structural damage to the pool and can also create a safety hazard. It is best to have the leak repaired as soon as possible.