Ok, so this story has been going on for some time...
I noticed my pool leaking a couple of months ago. It was hot, but the bucket test showed me it was definitely not evaporation. I was about to have someone come out to find the leak when I found a crack in the side. (I'm pretty sure my pool is a fiberglass - I didn't build it).
Well, I got some marine epoxy that sets up wet, and sealed up the crack nicely. Refilled to the pool - perfect. Ran nice for another week. Then more leaking. My original crack broke through the epoxy, and extended downwards. This cycle has repeated itself several times (including a second crack straight across from the original crack).
At this point, I feel exhausted. I'm tired of refilling and repairing when I clearly can't cure the root of the problem. Obviously the ground is shifting and bringing the pool with it. (It's been very dry this year in Texas).
Anyway - what do I do now? Obviously this needs to be fixed. Do I need a whole new pool? (ridiculous). Can this possible be 'repaired'? Should I fill it in? (how much does that cost?) I don't even know who to call - This is beyond the scope of a pool maintenance co. and a pool builder will probably tell me, "yeah, it's screwed. When do you want to start building a new one?"
Anyone even know where to start here?