It doesn’t matter how beautiful your pool looks if it isn’t operating properly! That means your equipment needs to be maintained and occasionally repaired. Bad weather, pool chemicals, and the passage of time can all exact a toll on your pool’s equipment, but our highly qualified service technicians can assess what needs to be done and get things back to normal in no time.

Our services include diagnosing the problem, providing parts, and providing expert repairs on the following items and more:

  • Filters
  • Pumps
  • Motors
  • Timers
  • Valves
  • Heaters
  • Plumbing
  • Tile
  • Skimmers
  • Main Drains
  • Cleaners

Tile and Coping Repair

Broken or missing tiles or coping have a dramatic impact on your pool’s appearance and can also create a safety hazard. It is far too easy for cuts and injuries to occur where a tile is broken or for someone to trip over loose pieces of coping. And repairs that are not done correctly can lead to the need for more extensive work in the future. When tiles and coping come loose or break, it is often a result of underlying structural issues. Our professional staff can quickly assess the problem, identify the cause, and make all necessary repairs.

Mastic Repair

The material between your pool’s deck and its coping is called mastic. It is designed to prevent water from getting under the coping and is made to be flexible enough to allow movement while still providing an effective seal. Mastic lasts for two or three years before becoming hard and brittle. Once you see that it has formed cracks or is separating, it’s time to replace it. Our technicians will expertly remove old mastic, clean and prepare the surface of the joint, and add new mastic.

Pool Leak Detection

Pool leaks can arise from many different sources. In most cases the problem stems from structural issues, skimmers, main drains, and return lines. In many instances there may be more than one problem. We take a systematic approach to your pool leak detection, conducting a thorough inspection that includes pressure testing the lines, dye testing, and even using scuba equipment to dive into the pool and examine its drains, pool returns, and its surface for cracks. Once we’ve identified the source, we offer complete repair services.


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