Swimming pool leak detection jobs earn upwards of three to four hundred dollars, or more, and can be performed in under an hour. By following a proven process of discovery and elimination, a leak detection technician can address water loss and find the precise location where repairs need to be made. Repair contractors can turn those discoveries into paid repair work and can service all of their customers needs in-house.
LeakTronics swimming pool leak detection training happens online, and can be completed in as little as a week, or less; all on the enrollees schedule. With in depth video explanation of how leak detection is performed using the Pro Complete Leak Detection Kit that is included with training, case studies and paperwork downloads to submit findings – starting a business that provides leak detection services is easy, even without prior pool knowledge.
LeakTronics Pro Complete Leak Detection Kit arrives while the enrollee begins training. The kit includes highly sensitive hydrophones that listen through the pool for the sounds made by leaks. Powered by the LT-1000 Amplifier, the equipment in the Pro Complete Kit can identify leaks in plumbing lines, behind lights, in drains and fittings, in skimmers and more. The weight of water pushing out of leak makes a sound that technicians listen for using the gear in the kit.
For vinyl liner leak detection, technicians can add-on equipment that puts a small voltage into the pool and detects the areas where that electricity finds a ground through a tear or hole in the liner. Instead of diving a pool and using dye throughout the entire liner surface, technicians can scan the liner and detect where leaks occur with ease. LeakTronics equipment can detect where leaks occur in concrete and Gunite, vinyl, fiberglass, even in glass pools, wood spas and fountains and garden ponds.