Depending on the age of your pool, there are several common pool repairs that need to be addressed over the life of your pool. Typical pool repairs include:
- Pool Leaks: Over time, the pool shell or plumbing may develop leaks that need to be repaired. This can involve locating the source of the leak and repairing or replacing the affected area.
- Pool Pump and Filter Repairs: The pool pump and filter are critical components that keep the pool water clean and clear. Pool repairs may be needed if the pump motor fails, the filter needs to be cleaned or replaced, or there are issues with the plumbing.
- Pool Tile and Coping Repairs: The tiles and coping around the edge of the pool can become damaged or cracked over time. This can be a safety hazard and can also affect the appearance of the pool.
- Pool deck repairs: The pool deck can also become cracked or damaged over time, leading to safety concerns and aesthetic issues.
- Pool Lighting Repairs: Pool lighting can provide an attractive and functional feature to the pool but can also be prone to failure over time.
- Pool Chlorinator Repairs: If a pool uses a chlorinator to maintain the proper chemical balance, it may need to be repaired or replaced if it fails or malfunctions.
- Pool Heater Repairs: For pools that have a heater, repairs may be needed if the heating system fails or there are issues with the plumbing.