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Information About Repairing A Pool

In order to keep your pool safe and fun for everyone to use, it is necessary to keep it in top condition. Unfortunately, the years can take their toll on your pool and before you know it, your once perfect pool will start to show the clear signs of wear and tear. While there are times you can fix it yourself, other times it will probably be better to call in the pros.

One of the most common pool problems (as with anything holding water) is leakage. Take a look at our article on checking for leaks in swimming pools. However, leaks aren't the only problems you could have. Potential Pool Problems will help give you a better idea of just what could be wrong with your pool.

Swimming Pool Codes and Standards
Every state has their own regulations regarding swimming pools so before you start any repairs to your pool, be sure to contact a local swimming pool contractor. They should be able to let you know which policies, procedures and safety guidelines apply to you. Even if it seems like more trouble than it's worth, it is important to remember that following the safety standards will help keep your pool enjoyable for you, your family and your friends for years to come.

Hammer Need more information on swimming pool repairs? Take a look at our Pools forum and ask questions of other DIYers!