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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HB Pools has been working hard to build a positive reputation amongst our clients. Although we work primarily with the install...Read more
Recently Reviewed ROCKCLIFFE Above Ground Swimming Pool or Accessories
Marco from HB pools went above and beyond to make sure my concerns were addressed and our pool was running.
He was patient, caring, and attentive. He stayed as long as it was needed to fix the problem and to...
Simply needed help opening our pool, said they would. Paid 800$ expecting that and chemicals for the summer. They dropped off unnecessary chemicals for our chlorine pool. Called and asked for the correct items, and they switch salt they had...
Over the winter my pool stairs cracked and the pool lost about 2 foot of water. The pool is 16yrs old so a new liner was needed which I wasn't surprised. My insurance company (COSECO) covered about half...