sorry, im new here and not sure if this is the right category to put this question in.
Every one has probably seen the news lately with all these pool electricity issues, people dying and getting injured from I guess bonding issues. Lead me to do a search on if there is a test kit...and I came across an article where a lady said she went to put her leg in the pool and felt a sting on a cut she had on her leg. She said it felt like someone was biting her. It said she just had concrete poured and wasn't sure if there was an issue with bonding.
Brings me to Sunday, I was cleaning out the skimmer and put my hand in the pool. It felt like I got stung on my finger. I did have a cut on it and just thought that since its a salt water pool, it must have been the salt. Then I see this article and it hit me that we just had our travertine tile replaced this winter because it kept sinking into the ground. The installers never put it in right so we fought with the pool company and they finally sent someone out to pour a concrete deck with brick coping. Seeing all the response to her thread, I am not concerned that when the concrete deck was poured, that something happened to our original bonding...or as mentioned in the article, the concrete didn't get bonded.
With three kids who are in the pool all the time, im freaking out now. Anyone have any insight on this?
13,000 gallon inground pool with vinyl. Saltwater pool.