Find and Fix Your Swimming Pool Leak
Here at Find It – Woodland Hills Swimming Pool Leak Detection and Repair, we specialize exclusively in knowing how to find and repair swimming pool leaks. Above all else, our company values open communication and education of our clients throughout our process. We’re so confident we’ll find your leak, that we offer you our Find It Guarantee: We’ll Find the Leak, or It’s Free!
Woodland Hills Swimming Pool Leak Detection and Repair – Our Service
A leaking pool can be a very stressful situation- one that wastes large amounts of both water, and the homeowner’s time and money. A small leak in your pool of just ¼” can lose 100 gallons of water/day or more. Over time, small leaks can lead to much larger ones. Finding and repairing pool leaks as soon as they have been noticed is very important to maintaining the integrity of your swimming pool or spa. The Bucket Test is a simple, 24-hour test that will tell you for certain whether your pool is leaking, or just losing water to evaporation - Click Here for our simple step-by-step directions. At Find It, we are able to find difficult swimming pool leaks through our rigorous Leak Detection process. Some leaks that are structural in nature, we are able to repair the same day, and whenever possible we offer our clients multiple options on how they may proceed with the repairs that are needed. At the completion of our Leak Detection service, you will receive a highly detailed Leak Detection Report, outlining the exact condition of your swimming pool. We offer residential and commercial services, as well as Swimming Pool Inspections Pre and Post Closing. Please contact us today so that we can help you find and fix your swimming pool leak in Woodland Hills: 1-800-790-5406
Our Find It – Woodland Hills Swimming Pool Leak Guarantee
We are so confident in our locally-based, highly-trusted Swimming Pool Leak Detection Specialists, that we offer our Find It Guarantee – We’ll find the leak, or it’s free!
It’s simple – no strings attached, no asterisks’, no small-print – If we don’t find the leak in your pool or spa, then the service is 100% free. Please contact us today so that we can help you find and fix your swimming pool leak: 1-800-790-5406
Causes of Swimming Pool Leaks – Woodland Hills
Swimming pool leaks may happen overnight or they may slowly develop over the course of many years. Swimming pool construction methods and materials have changed greatly over time, and between contractors. Many swimming pool and spa leaks arise due to issues from these outdated designs and old materials which were used to build a lot of pools in the area. Even recent construction work done in or around the pool, if done improperly, may cause leaks in the structure or plumbing. Over time, even a well-designed and constructed swimming pool will leak eventually. One large cause of many pool leaks is the expansive qualities of the soil the pool was built upon. The clay soil found in California and in Woodland Hills tends to expand and contract due to changing moisture conditions, and this process can lead to cracks forming in the structure or plumbing of your pool. Cracks in the structure that are hiding leaks can also be formed by the roots of trees, slowly growing out towards the water. Even lightning strikes around a pool can cause cracks and further leaks.
In Woodland Hills, there is another major contributor to swimming pool leaks – earth movement due to seismic activity. Most earthquakes in California and Woodland Hills are so small that the residents don’t feel them. However, these small quakes happen often and regularly lead to leaks starting in swimming pools and spas near the affected area. All this small, gradual seismic activity causes movement in and around the pool, which is why during any of these earthquakes leaks can begin. Larger earthquakes can even also cause fault rupture, landslides, flooding, and mudslides. After any earthquake, we recommend you should always do The Bucket Test to check your pool for any leaks.
Woodland Hills – A Brief History
Woodland Hills is located in the San Fernando Valley in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. Woodland Hills is the location where the treaty was signed to end the Mexican War, leading California into statehood in 1850. Before the depression, an investor named Victor Girard Kleinberger bough the area of Woodland Hills, in the hopes of developing a “super community”. Although the “super community” struggled to take off after the depression, Girard had planted over 100,000 trees in the area and beautified it immensely. These trees gave the city its name of Woodland Hills, when the community chose to rename the area in 1941. These 100,000 plus trees that were planted in Woodland Hills make the area beautiful, but also add to swimming pool leaks in Woodland Hills due to the continual growth of their 100 year-old roots. If you believe your swimming pool in Woodland Hills has a leak, please contact one of our Woodland Hills swimming pool leak detection specialists today. 1-800-790-5406