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We offer many different repairs and advise. Here are some of the main issues that pool owners have been dealing with their plumbing.

Valves & Pipes

If your pool is over 20 years old, it's probably time to modernize. Today's Valves revolutionized pool plumbing with its three-way butterfly valve. Now we can consolidate leaky, hard to turn gate valves into one simple operation. This makes it possible to reduce the number of valves and pipes, and prevent pipes from going every which way. Every pool needs to have the suction side valves & pipes, and the pressure side valves & pipes replaced if they leak, or every 20 years.

Jandy Valves and Push-Pull Valves should be lubed once every year. Using Teflon based lube, for Jandy Valves, and Silicone based lube, on Push Pull Valve o-rings.

Backwash Valve Leaks

Multiport valves or push-pull valves have a port on them where backwash water exits. These are used on sand and D.E. filters. If you have a leaking push-pull valve (also called a slide valve), chances are you need to replace the o-ring on the plunger. If your multiport (usually 6 position) valve is leaking out the waste port, then you may need to have the spider gasket replaced.

Air in system

Small leaks in underground suction piping can result in a loss of pressure and air being drawn in where water should flow. Luckily most air leaks are found to be something simple and aboveground.

The pump is meant to operate air free. If you notice air in the basket, it can reduce filtering efficiency, allow air to build up in filter, and possibly prevent your pump from priming (being able to pull water). The problem is usually located around the pump, aboveground. And occasionally, we have to look underground for the source of the air. The water level being too low in the pool, or a bad lid o-ring can also cause air in the pump.

Pool losing water?

If your pool loses water only when the pump is on, the leak is probably on the pressure side. If the pool loses water only while the pump is off, we look towards the suction side. And if it leaks all the time, well...it could be anywhere. It is important to repair leaks to prevent erosion of earth that may be supporting key areas of the pool and equipment. In addition, leaks can waste several hundred gallons of your filtered, heated and chemically treated water per day!


To have you pool plumbing updated, or to have leaks repaired please contact us, or fill out the following form and we will contact you.

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