Adhesives & Sealants for Pool Repair
AquaBond® is the nation’s premier supplier of professional-grade adhesives and sealants for swimming pool, spa, fountain and water feature repair and maintenance.
All AquaBond products are formulated for excellent performance whether you’re encapsulating the #8 green wire in a swimming pool light niche, repairing coping, fixing fiberglass or vinyl pool liners, repairing leaky pool step gaskets, sealing leaks around light rings, skimmers, main drains and return lines, attaching pool tile, or repairing hoses, pumps or stainless steel filters.
When you need to get it done FAST, we have adhesives for emergency repairs… WET, DRY or UNDERWATER! In many cases there’s no need to drain the pool or even lower the water level!
Most orders placed by 4:00 PM Eastern ship from our New Hampshire warehouse the very same day. We currently ship to the Continental U.S. and Hawaii.
Which Aquabond product do I need?
Applications of Aquabond Adhesives
Professional gunite pool repair products ideal for gunite pool leak repairs, crack repairs and pool plaster repair – underwater or above!
Need to reattach or repair tiles in swimming pools or spas? Looking for a way to keep pool tiles on the water line from falling off in the future? Find out how.
Can you fix a leak under water? Yes, it is possible to repair cracks and leaks without draining the swimming pool. The AquaBond underwater sealants and adhesives can be mixed, applied and cured underwater! But first ask these questions about the leaks and...
Learn how to easily repair a major structural crack in a concrete swimming pool wall, fix leaking concrete pool cracks, take care of hairline cracks on a cement pool deck, and more.
A step gasket's flexibility becomes compromised over time in a chlorinated environment. The plasticizers can migrate from the vinyl liner or the gasket, making the material brittle and causing a crack to appear. And if the inground swimming pool step has been...
Pool and spa deck repairs are often necessary because exposure to direct sunlight and varying temperature cycles make the deck expand and contract, causing damage. Additionally, an aged pool deck often suffers from cracking because of significant settling over...
Fiberglass pools and vinyl liner pools and spas are cost-effective pool technologies. Although fiberglass pools and spas are very durable and easy to maintain, exposure to harsh chemicals and everyday wear and tear can cause cracks and bulges to appear. Vinyl liners...
AquaBond has partnered with E-Z Patch® to offer you the absolute BEST and MOST COMPLETE line of plaster and grout repair products for swimming pools. Since 1980 E-Z Patch products have been the finest, longest lasting and highest quality in the industry. Professionals...
Pool Repair FAQs
Can you fix a pool without draining?
Yes, it is possible to repair cracks and leaks without draining the swimming pool. AquaBond underwater sealants and adhesives can be mixed, applied and cured underwater! AquaFlex Underwater Sealant seals leaks, tears, thin cracks and spider cracks in gunite, shotcrete, fiberglass and vinyl — all without draining the pool! It creates a long-lasting, flexible, waterproof seal around returns, drains, skimmers, jets, gutters, grates, light niches, tiles, steps, coping, cracks, expansion joints and other trouble spots. Because AquaFlex can be applied to wide surface areas on pool floors or side walls, it’s also a great product to use when you only know the general area in which an underwater leak is occurring. Learn more >
Can structural cracks in pools be repaired?
Yes, you can repair structural cracks in concrete pools with AquaBond® concrete pool repair products allow you to easily repair a major structural crack in a concrete swimming pool wall, fix leaking concrete swimming pool cracks, take care of hairline cracks on a cement pool deck, or even anchor threaded rod, bolts and rebar dowels into concrete. Learn more >
How do you fix crumbling concrete around a pool?
Pool and spa deck repairs are often necessary because exposure to direct sunlight and varying temperature cycles make the deck expand and contract, causing damage. Additionally, an aged pool deck often suffers from cracking because of significant settling over time. As a result, necessary repairs can range from fixing small cracks in the deck’s surface to sealing off coping from the bond beam trim. By appropriately identifying what is causing the cracks — rather than just filling them in — you’ll ensure that the repair will be long-lasting and won’t just be a band-aid fix. Learn more >