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PostPosted: Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:38 pm    Post subject: Stop that leak! Reply with quote

<font class="content">Hi, we have a pool which is losing about 4 inches of water a day, the pool measures about 4m x 2m. It is a steel reinforced concrete pool with tiles. It is not evaporation. We have had this leak for some time now. We have had all seals checked/ re-sealed etc around lights, skimmer, inlets and outlets. Still leaking.
Any ideas? Someone suggested the wrong tile adhesive/grout was used - but I thought the tiles were only decorative.
It has been suggested that the concrete has become porus - is that possible - if so what do you do.
It has also been suggested that we use 'leakseal' what is it and how is it applied and is it any good.
The pipework that have been looked at seem OK.
How do you check that pipes under the pool are not leaking? There must be a way!
Look forward to your thoughts...</font>
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2010 3:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Stop that leak! Reply with quote

<font class="content">[quote:479db530b3="bthomas"]Hi, we have a pool which is losing about 4 inches of water a day, the pool measures about 4m x 2m. It is a steel reinforced concrete pool with tiles. It is not evaporation. We have had this leak for some time now. We have had all seals checked/ re-sealed etc around lights, skimmer, inlets and outlets. Still leaking.
Any ideas? Someone suggested the wrong tile adhesive/grout was used - but I thought the tiles were only decorative.
It has been suggested that the concrete has become porus - is that possible - if so what do you do.
It has also been suggested that we use 'leakseal' what is it and how is it applied and is it any good.
The pipework that have been looked at seem OK.
How do you check that pipes under the pool are not leaking? There must be a way!
Look forward to your thoughts...[/quote:479db530b3]


Our company has a solution to any Pool or Cisterna leaks, also Flat roof and Terrace leaks. We are in Spain and Portugal 20 years and a legal required guarantee is given with all work.

Please contact me on 639439402</font>
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