Pool Repairs in Great Falls

Owning a pool is a great investment. It adds value to your property and makes it easy for friends and family to gather for a BBQ on a hot day. However, to make sure you can use your pool, it is a good idea to have it inspected once a year by qualified professionals. Inspecting it allows you to find small problems before they become big, expensive issues.

When you want to make sure that the pool on your Great Falls property is ready for the future, contact the pool technicians at Oak Hill Pool & Spa. As a family-operated business we are proud that our work allows other families to enjoy their property to the fullest. Our team can perform almost any pool-related service you require while focusing on efficiency and reasonable pricing. After we inspect the area, we will walk you through all of our findings and explain what should be repaired right away and what can wait.

Signs That Your Great Falls Pool Needs Repairs

Here is a short list of indications that your pool needs repairs:

  • Constant refilling: Do you find that the water level of your pool noticeably goes down? Do you have to turn on the hose to refill it more often than not? Some water loss will happen with evaporation, but if it is noticeable then it is probably due to a leak in the pool or the piping. You can test this by filling a plastic bucket with water (about 4/5th) and placing it in the pool. Mark the inside at the waterline of the water in the bucket, then mark the outside at the waterline of the pool. Wait 24 hours. If the pool loses more water than the water in the bucket, your problem is not an evaporation one.
  • Wall cracks: If you see cracks in the wall of the pool or a tear in the liner then repairs will be needed quickly as water is leaking into the walls and causing more damage by the day.
  • White deposits: Do you see a white substance on your tiles or liner? This is most likely a calcium build up. This happens because of improper pool chemistry or a high level of calcium in the water itself. This is concerning since the chemicals in the pool may be harsh on those who use it, but the white substance won’t do any damage to the pool unless left for an extended period of time.
  • Broken lights: Most of the time this just means that a light needs to be replaced but it can also indicate more serious concerns. The light may have broken due to the walls of the pool shifting which can also cause leaks. It could also mean that the chamber that holds the light is damaged and will need to be replaced.

Contact Us for Your Pool Repair Needs

If you live in Great Falls and have noticed these or any other problems with your pool then give us a call. We will gladly inspect the problem and provide you with an explanation and an estimate.