Philadelphia-area swimming pool service disputes complaint
COMPLAINT: Nicole Jenkins, Upper Darby, Pa.
I hired Delaware Valley Pool Supply to pressure test all of my pool's waterlines to find a leak. I was very intent on being present for their pressure testing, but told them I had to run a quick errand before they wanted to come.
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They came and didn't wait for me. They told me that they did the testing and that all the waterlines were fine, but that I needed to have a hole in my filter repaired at a cost of $70, which I agreed to.
I later found out they ignored the main drain line, which I found out could only be tested if someone would get into the pool and hook up the testing equipment to the bottom of the pool where the drain is located.
A technician from another company discovered the leak in my pool. I wasted a lot of time and extra money because Delaware Valley Pool Supply didn't do all of the work I hired them to do.
DESIRED RESOLUTION: I want them to acknowledge that I only owe them for what I asked them to fix and for the price I agreed to pay.
RESPONSE: Pete Lucey, owner, Delaware Valley Pool Supply
On the invoice, I said that we pressure tested the return lines and the skimmer, but that I didn't have dive equipment to dive and plug the drain. The invoice was only for the pressure test of the skimmer and the return lines. I asked the customer to let us know if the water level dropped, and I don't think we got a return call.