Merritt Island, Florida 32952
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Aquatic Leak Detection specializes in only swimming pool leak detection and repair. All of our testing methods are non-destructive and our repairs are done with care. If your pool is losing more than 1/2 inches of water a week, you have a leak and need our help. Aquatic Leak Detection provides the highest quality leak detection and repair in Brevard County. All of our equipment is top of the line, high tech, and specifically built for finding pool leaks. We are a small business and have experience that others do not. The owner has a college degree in Aerospace, worked for NASA performing leak detection and other non-destructive testing on fueling systems for the space program. You may ask what does that have to do with swimming pools leaks, and the answer is a lot. Steven has knowledge of advanced procedures that can find any leak, anywhere in a plumbing system. We have our own procedures that are very accurate and we cannot say this enough, non-destructive. We never have to dig up plumbing pipes, drill holes in the deck, or drain your swimming pool to find a leak.
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Warranty disclosure: All pool leak detection service by Aquatic Leak Detection L.L.C. will include a 30 day warranty for leak detection. Aquatic Leak Detection agrees to return to customers pool for no cost to find any additional leaks that occur within the 30 day period.
Guarantee to find the leak or its free disclosure: Aquatic Leak Detection guarantees to find the pool leak that is occurring on the pool at the time of the original appointment. If any additional leaks occur within the 30 day warranty period this guarantee will not be in affect for detection the additional leaks.
No Property Damage Guarantee disclosure: Aquatic Leak Detection specializes in non-destructive swimming pool leak detection and we will not drain the customers pool, drill holes in the concrete deck, or dig up PVC pipe to locate leaks.
Pressure testing is a method used to test the integrity of underground plumbing pipes that feed or gain water from a swimming pool for circulating and filtering purposes. This process involves removing the fittings from either side of the plumbing lines and inserting rubber plugs in order to induce and measure water or air pressure inside the plumbing pipes.
Electronic listening is a process that involves a electronic device similar to a stethoscope with filters to filter in or out different frequencies of noise in order to hear pool leaks. In order to get a pool leak to make noise the technician induces compressed air into the water filled pipe in which the air will bubble out the leak. When the air bubbles out the leak it makes a gurgling noise in which you can hear.
Dye testing involves a technician spraying a bit of dye similar to food coloring in the water near a probable area to check for pool leaks. The dye simply in put into a syringe so that when sprayed the technician can see where the water is flowing. This process may involve scuba diving the swimming pool in order to gain access to some probable areas that are prone to swimming pool leaks.