Clever repairs and maintenance that won’t break the bank
Going into winter in arguably the most uncertain time of our life, I think it is safe to say that we should not let our maintenance slip. We’ve all worked so hard to be able to afford our homes. Negative global news should not influence us to such an extent that we don’t want to spend a cent on repairs. Letting a leaking or sun-battered pool deteriorate even further, will mean a lower resale value of your property later.
Let us rather take hands now. Invite us to visit your house and investigate the problem pool, pond or water feature.Various repair options are at your disposal:
- The quick fix. Instead of losing water or letting your pool become the local mosquito swamp, we can offer many inexpensive solutions to let the pool keep water until such a time that you are able to redo it.
- We can give you a list of the pros and cons of every repair option.
- If you want a certain option and cannot afford it, we can work out a payment plan together.
- Old pool pumps can be repaired and cost a fraction of a new pump’s price.
- Ask for second-hand parts. A reconditioned pump is way cheaper than a new one.
- DIY. Many a hubby can use his hands. Homeowners have realised that they can prepare certain aspects of the work (like opening an area of a leaking pipe) and we do the more technical stuff. This way you can save a lot on labour costs.
At the end of the day it boils down to trust. An openhearted meeting with myself or one of our managers can result in you making a well-informed decision and walking away with the guarantee of knowing that, if it does go wrong, you can go back to Lic Pool. We are a 29-year old name in the Namibia/South African pool industry and the proud winner of many pool awards by the NSPI (National Pool and Spa Institute of South Africa).
Until next time.Burgert Terblanche
Tel: 061-232839, Fax: 061-238602
Macadam Street, Windhoek