Northeast Leak Detection & Pool Service

We Provide Water Leak Detection Services in Manchester, NH and Surrounding Areas.

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Our Plethora Of Services

 
Leak detection for residential pools and spas*
Openings and closings for pools
Liner replacements for above ground pools
Leak detection for certain commercial pools and spas
Slab leak detection
Minor and major repairs for residential and commercial pools, liners and spas
Leak detection for most piping systems
Various dive jobs offered

*No leak detection available for Paramount or Vanquish systems.

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Budget-Friendly Pricing

  • 30 day guarantee for all leak detections or repairs.

  • Services provided after 30 days will be charged a new leak detection fee.

  • Repair estimates will be provided by the job.

  • Services provided outside a 50 mile radius of Manchester, NH may incur additional mileage fees.

  • Onsite estimates may incur a $49.99 fee.

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Residential Water Leak Detection

$199 for the first hour

  • $125 for each additional hour

  • Minimum Service Charge - $139

Commercial Water Leak Detection

$299 for the first hour

  • $175 for each additional hour

  • Minimum Service Charge - $189

Inground Pool Openings & Closings

$299-$449

Above Ground Pool Openings & Closings

$224-$299

Minor & Major Repairs

$300 - $4,000

  • Dependent on the size of the repair

  • Avg inground - 16 x 32

  • Avg above ground - 24ft or 27ft round

Dive job prices vary depending on the time of the year.

*We Don’t Build or Clean Pools

*All Pool Openings and Closings Include Shock & Algeacide

We accept all major credit card and cash payments only.

Checks accepted for commercial jobs only.

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Customer Feedback

Review for Leak Detection

"Eric did a great job when testing my pool for a leak and he was able to fix it quickly when the issue was identified."

- Neil Santos on August 23, 2017

 
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