They said they would pay for it if is indeed something they find regarding the install of the liner.
I’m being told we will also have to fill the pool all the way back up for them. Just from what I have seen so far I’m betting they find something regarding the install of this liner or the liner has a tear. In that case we want a different liner.Ok. Well, someone is going to have to pay them upfront since they don’t work for free. They are not cheap either … standard pool leak detection service around here starts at $400 for the basic equipment. If they have to dive in the pool or use gas detection it goes way up.
Not sure what to say other than to bring in the pros and let them determine the leak’s location. If it’s stopping right at the top of the light then I’m guessing when they did the liner installation someone screwed up the seal around the light fixture. Either that or there is a tear in the liner. Either way, it’s going to be difficult to locate just by looking at it.