Leaktronics founder Darren Merlob to speak on the floor at the Canadian Pool and Spa Conference, December 5th, 2018.
Online PR News – 28-November-2018 – Canoga Park – LeakTronics, the worldwide leader in leak detection equipment manufacturing and training will be hosting a speaking engagement on the show floor at the Canadian Pool and Spa Conference on December 5th, 2018.â€¨â€¨
The annual Canadian Pool and Spa Conference is held by the Pool and Hot Tub Council of Canada and brings together professionals from the region to see the latest equipment offerings and pool repair solutions in the marketplace from vendors around the world. The event runs from December 3rd through December 6th and is open to professionals with a ticket purchase.
LeakTronics founder Darren Merlob will provide a one hour seminar, presented from 3:15 to 4:15 on December 5th titled "Cutting Edge Leak Detection Methods and Structural Repair Solutions." Attendance is first come / first seated and will feature an insiders look at the latest details involved in performing swimming pool leak detections and structural repair. â€¨â€¨
Speaking from more than 30 years of practical pool repair experience, Merlob will offer specifics on the best methods of leak detection using the latest advancements in listening technology. Attendees will see methods explained on how to properly repair structural cracking found in pool shells and walls and ensuring the customer that a structural crack has been repaired and will no longer pose the problem of a leak. Information on LeakTronics listening equipment and patented structural repair staples will be made available to attendees and show specials on pricing will be available at the show by visiting the LeakTronics presentation booth, #626.â€¨
Darren Merlob, LeakTronics founder shares, "Pool repair tools and methods have changed throughout the years. We strive to bring the latest technology for leak detection and repair equipment and look forward to sharing that with people at the show. You're going to learn something new that will help you succeed in your business."
LeakTronics manufactures their equipment entirely in-house, guaranteeing that everything meets the companies high quality standards and offers a personal customer service experience that ensures every customers purchase is supported with expertise in how to use the equipment and how to get the job done right. They also offer training for professionals that are new to leak detections and structural crack repair, helping add leak detections to their services and teaching how to build a solid business around the ability to perform leak detections properly. More details are available on the company website at www.leaktronics.com.
Parties interested in attending can visit the Canadian Pool and Spa Conference website at http://www.poolandspaexpo.ca for tickets and information. Information of LeakTronics equipment and training can be found at www.leaktronics.com or by calling 818-436-2953 for direct support.