Burlington Pool Inspections

Swimming pools are a major selling feature for both homes and commercial spaces. When properly maintained a pool adds a ton of enjoyment to any property and can even be used to draw in new customers, guests and members in commercial spaces. If you are looking to buy a home with a pool or are noticing problems with your existing system it is always a good idea to have an expert inspect your pool. Professional Burlington pool inspections provide insight into the functionality and condition of a swim space, for peace of mind and avoiding the need for costly repairs and replacements.

Certain swimming pool inspections are used for insurance or permitting purposes but these will often focus on structures and not function. There isn’t much point in purchasing a house with a water system if that water system doesn’t work! A home inspection is common when making a purchase but these often do not cover swimming pools.

The Benefits of Pool Inspection Services

A home inspector is hired to assess the condition of foundations, roofing and structures. These are all important aspects of a property but they often overlook a pool, spa or hot tub. A professional pool inspector breaks assessments into multiple steps that cater to swim spaces at every level.

Visual Inspections: At a glance a pool might seem to be in good condition but a trained eye can spot problem areas large and small. Something as simple as a small tear in a vinyl liner will become larger over time, allowing water to seep inside and create serious issues. Having a trained eye look over a water system can pinpoint issues with liners, as well as identify components that are weak or damaged. This makes it possible to organize repairs or replacements before they become serious issues.

Pool Equipment: Pool water and basins are not the only areas of your swim space that need regular attention. Many swimming pools feature fun and necessary additions ranging from diving boards, slides, as well as safety railings and ladders. If any one of these are not properly grounded or have become loose, it will create major safety issues for swimmers and foot traffic passing by.

System Testing: Even if pools look good on the surface, there are water systems hard at work behind the scenes. If water is not circulating properly, chemicals are not being dispersed throughout systems and that means contamination. By making system testing a part of your inspection, you can rest easy knowing that heaters, return lines, pool pumps, motors and more are all in good working order.

Many home owners begin to notice issues with their swimming pools long before calling in an expert and this is a huge mistake. Overtime small issues will become much larger and with that, so will repairs. If you begin to notice water levels dropping rapidly, it is a good idea to call an expert for leak detection services. By offering a wide range of services, our team of Puddle pros can point out problem areas, as well as organizing routine pool cleaning practices and pool maintenance.

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