To check whether your pool has a leak, try placing an empty 5 gallon water bucket on the second step of your pool and fill the bucket to match the pool's water level. Use a marker to mark the level of water in the bucket and wait 24 hours - if the pool level is lower than the bucket, you may have a leak in your swimming pool.
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Back to install a short pathway that ties into our original front walls project from years ago, as well as do some warranty work to rel-level a couple of steps that sank (it was installed where we had to perform...
These guys came out to help me start up my hot tub which I took over as the owner of a new house. They didn’t charge me which was very kind of them. They explained some basics of the hot...
Alfred was extremely helpful in selecting the perfect hot tub for our cottage. He has also been great responding to questions and helping to ensure the chemical levels are perfect. It was a challenging installation due to the...