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The Spa & Hot Tub leak repair specialists We can repair almost any above-ground leak in spas, hot tubs, and swim spas. There are some things to check first, but we have several tools and tricks to find leaks a bit easier. In-ground spas & fully-insulated spas can be a bit trickier, and can take several trips. Patience is definitely a virtue when it comes to in- ground leaks. Some common places to find leaks: The Pump Pumps are the most common location where you will find leaks in your hot tub. Before checking the pump, turn off the power and look under the pump for leaking water. If you do find water, you may need to replace the pump seal or the entire pump entirely. Heater Once you eliminate the pump as your leak cause, check the entire heat assembly manifold. This may consist of the heater, pressure switch, and other components. If you find water leaking from any one of these parts, they will have to be replaced or repaired. Ozone Ozone injectors and fittings are renowned for leaking. They can usually be repaired or replaced. Union Fittings The union fittings around both the pump and the heater are another common cause for leaks as they can easily become loose over time. If any of these fittings are loose, tighten them by hand and/or replace the o-rings. Never use a wrench to tighten these fittings. Valves Inspect every valve on your hot tub.   There are several style valves on hot tubs and this type of valve will determine what you need to do to repair it. Knife style valves, for example, have two halves that are bolted together. Between them is a gasket that is known to fail and cause a water leak. Some hot tubs have valves installed on either side of the pump so water doesn’t have to be shut off or drained in order to repair the pump. These valves are also prone to leaks and may need to be replaced or repaired Connections & Jets Check all the pipes, jets and any connections for leaks. In some cases, all you will need to do is tighten the connections or reseal them. If you find that you have a jet that is leaking, it is most often a failing gasket. That will need to be replaced. Check with your hot tub manufacturer on what type of gasket you should buy. You may find one of the PVC pipes has a crack or even a hole. There are several options for repairing these. Hot Tub Shell Most hot tub shells are made of strong fiberglass combined with other layers that make a leak near impossible. In most cases, it is actually a problem with one of the jets or other components that attach to the shell, and not the shell itself. We can check all of the above, and have several tricks up our sleeves to find and repair these!
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The Spa & Hot Tub leak repair specialists We can repair almost any above-ground leak in spas, hot tubs, and swim spas. There are some things to check first, but we have several tools and tricks to find leaks a bit easier. In-ground spas & fully-insulated spas can be a bit trickier, and can take several trips. Patience is definitely a virtue when it comes to in-ground leaks. Some common places to find leaks: The Pump Pumps are the most common location where you will find leaks in your hot tub. Before checking the pump, turn off the power and look under the pump for leaking water. If you do find water, you may need to replace the pump seal or the entire pump entirely. Heater Once you eliminate the pump as your leak cause, check the entire heat assembly manifold. This may consist of the heater, pressure switch, and other components. If you find water leaking from any one of these parts, they will have to be replaced or repaired. Ozone Ozone injectors and fittings are renowned for leaking. They can usually be repaired or replaced. Union Fittings The union fittings around both the pump and the heater are another common cause for leaks as they can easily become loose over time. If any of these fittings are loose, tighten them by hand and/or replace the o-rings. Never use a wrench to tighten these fittings. Valves Inspect every valve on your hot tub.   There are several style valves on hot tubs and this type of valve will determine what you need to do to repair it. Knife style valves, for example, have two halves that are bolted together. Between them is a gasket that is known to fail and cause a water leak. Some hot tubs have valves installed on either side of the pump so water doesn’t have to be shut off or drained in order to repair the pump. These valves are also prone to leaks and may need to be replaced or repaired Connections & Jets Check all the pipes, jets and any connections for leaks. In some cases, all you will need to do is tighten the connections or reseal them. If you find that you have a jet that is leaking, it is most often a failing gasket. That will need to be replaced. Check with your hot tub manufacturer on what type of gasket you should buy. You may find one of the PVC pipes has a crack or even a hole. There are several options for repairing these. Hot Tub Shell Most hot tub shells are made of strong fiberglass combined with other layers that make a leak near impossible. In most cases, it is actually a problem with one of the jets or other components that attach to the shell, and not the shell itself. We can check all of the above, and have several tricks up our sleeves to find and repair these!
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