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Pool Losing Water Too Fast? Try a Ground-Penetrating Radar Service

Ground-Penetrating Radar Service

If your pool is losing water fast, there may be a void beneath it.

If you have a swimming pool, you know how much of a headache dealing with pool maintenance issues can be. If you’ve noticed your pool has been losing water far too quickly–meaning it’s more than just evaporation and water is leaking somewhere–you may need to invest in a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) service. If there is a sinkhole or void under your pool, this could cause big problems in the future and is something you need to check right away.

Saving You Money

Finding out why your pool is losing potentially thousands of gallons of water is an important thing. It will certainly save you money in the long run to determine the issue using a ground-penetrating radar service. Using GPR, it’s easy to locate exactly where any voids are and what damage may have occurred to any utility lines. Don’t let the good weather go to waste because you can’t use your pool. Hire a contractor, find voids beneath your pool, and have someone make sure your pool is in top condition for the great weather.

Finding Utilities

Being able to track down electrical and water lines can be helpful not only if you’re trying to fix your pool, but if you’re trying to install one. You can do this using a ground-penetrating radar service. Your pool builder will need to know where all of the utility lines in your backyard are, so you can easily use GPR to locate all of the lines that may be running under your lawn.               

GPR Services from Concrete Visions

Concrete Visions has over 12 years of experience and expertise in concrete scanning and we know how to detect any problems lurking beneath the surface. We use ground penetrating radar accurately and expertly and are familiar with many other methods that can be used when appropriate like concrete x-ray and electromagnetic conductivity. We are also very familiar with the latest construction safety techniques and train all of our workers to do their work quickly, accurately, and safely.  If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, give us a call at (410) 766-2210 or visit us online. For more articles and tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.

This entry was posted on Thursday, April 13th, 2017 at 12:25 pm. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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