I assume you're running everything but bypassing the spa for now? definitely keep the updates coming. I'm very interested in thisAnother update. Leak is scheduled for repair next week. They're not sure how involved it will be until they start, but we're hoping it's repairable without chipping away plaster/concrete...
I have not been instructed to do that by the builder. Just dumping 200 gallons of water down the drain every day. We really need the time in the spa with this Crud going on anyways...I assume you're running everything but bypassing the spa for now? definitely keep the updates coming. I'm very interested in this
Calling this one done finally. The leak repair is barely noticeable, so we're pretty happy with the end result. We aren't too happy with the process towards the end as we've lost sleep, swim time, some landscaping, and a few thousand gallons of water along with the chemicals used to treat them. As of now the builder isn't offering to make us whole with those losses, along with having to fight them to admit there was a leak to begin with, so they'll get 2.5/5 stars. Luckily it's a beautiful pool.
Hi AuralAlias, I think I'm dealing with the exact same thing with my hot tub now (leak discovered, not fixed yet, PB not acknowledging problem). Do you happen to have pictures of exactly how it was leaking and how they fixed it, what the repaired pipe looks like, etc? If the original builder didn't do the repair, who did it for you? Thanks!Alright, they made a basketball sized hole in the wall of the spa, replaced about 8" of pipe, and sealed it back up. They're coming back tomorrow to finish it up and I'll be doing a bucket test probably Sunday/Monday to confirm this is fixed.