Pool leak can be caused by many factors. Of all the factors, the most fundamental is the error during the pool construction process. Either the fault during the concrete or bottom of the pool construction, or during the application of waterproofing.
Inaccuracy during the construction and coating process ultimately causes the walls and floors of your swimming pool to leak.
To overcome the leakage in the pool, the first thing you need to do is identify the location of the leak. If a leak is caused by a small crack, a high level of accuracy is needed to detect it.
But don't worry, there's an easy way to detect it. Fill your pool fully with water, and leave it for a while until the water level begins to drop. If at a certain level the water stops shrinking, the location of the leak is likely to be in the pool wall. However, if the water decreases to the bottom, it means that your pool floor has a leak.
After the location of the leak has been detected, all you have to do is remove the cracked/damaged ceramic, then coat the surface with MU-600 DryShield, a quality waterproof coating from MU-Weber, which can avoid your pool from leakage.
After that, replace the ceramic tile and fill the tile grout with MU-408 PowerPool. With SmartShield Plus technology, the tile grout in your pool will be able to resist water pressure and chemical exposure.
That's the simple way that can be your choice of solution to repair pool leaks. To ensure there are no serious problems that cause leaks in your pool, it would be better if you contact the pool contractor.