If you’re the owner of an inground swimming pool, it’s important to know what to do when repairs are needed. Pool repairs can be costly, so it’s important to understand what is involved before you start any repairs. We will discuss the most common types of inground swimming pool repairs, as well as the costs associated with each one. We’ll also provide some tips on how to keep your swimming pool in good condition and avoid costly repairs in the future!
The first thing that you should do is to determine whether or not there are any leaks. If so, this may require some excavation work around the perimeter of your pool and possibly even inside of it. Leaks can occur due to a variety of things, but one common cause is poor installation techniques by contractors who don’t know what they’re doing when installing pools for homeowners.
Next up on our list would be cracks in concrete structures such as decks, walls and steps leading into water wells (which could also need replacement if left unattended). These types of damages typically result from heavy rains eroding away at these surfaces over time but sometimes happen more quickly because strong winds blow against them too much during storms causing larger holes than usual that fill with sand & debris then get washed away by heavy rains again making it hard to repair properly.
If there isn’t much damage other than some cracks, then you may just need a new liner or patch kit depending on how big the crack is and where it’s located in relation to other parts of your pool like pipes which could also need replacing if they’re not working as well anymore due to rusting out from underneath these areas that were chipped off during installation. If all else fails though, try using some epoxy resin which will bond together most materials including concrete so at least now there won’t be any holes left behind when everything gets patched up afterwards – this option might cost around $20 per foot but can save thousands over doing major repairs down the road.
One of the more common and expensive repairs that are needed is when the pump & filter system fails. This usually means having to replace at least one, if not both, of these components and it can get pretty pricey depending on what kind of pumps and filters you end up getting. If your pool’s decking or walls have started to rot, then this could also be a sign that it’s time for a new pump & filter system as they tend to last around 15 years on average.