Chilliwack Pool Inspections

Whether you are looking to buy, sell or maintain a property with a pool, inspection services are always a good idea. Buying a home without knowing the condition of the pool can lead to unpleasant surprises like the need for expensive repairs or replacements. Instead of being stuck with a worst-case scenario, call Puddle Pool Services instead! Chillwack pool inspections don’t just consider the look of a pool but perform testing of water condition, internal mechanisms and visual inspections of liners and equipment.

There is never a bad time to inspect your pool but there are a few key instances where it is more common than others: when buying a property, selling a property and if you are noticing problems with your existing pool system. If you are paying premiums to purchase or maintain a pool or spa, make sure that you are getting your money’s worth with a bit of help from an expert.

Swimming Pool Inspections: What to Expect

When buying or selling, it is common to have home inspections done. While these are great for peace of mind, they often do not cover swimming pools, hot tubs or water features. There are plenty of different types of pool inspections out there, some of which are designed for permitting and construction or insurance purposes. All of these are important for different aspects of a home or business but they do not focus on functionality.

Our team of experts highly recommend having an expert assess the condition of swimming pools with an emphasis on functionality and operation. Level I Pool Inspections are designed to inspect, assess and test water systems from top to bottom to ensure that it is functional and there are no major breakdowns on the horizon.

Visual inspections of sensitive areas like a vinyl liner can help to identify small tears that have the potential to become larger over time. Small tears can be repaired easily but as they become larger, you might be looking at a full replacement. Leak detection can help to pinpoint problem areas and advise on how to repair them. Surrounding areas like pool decks, diving boards, safety rails and slides are all inspected to ensure that these features can be used safely. Finally, water systems, heaters and filtration systems are inspected and tested.

After years of industry experienced, our team of highly trained and knowledgeable Puddle technicians are able to test systems and pinpoint problem areas so you aren’t being met with any nasty surprises. It is important to note that Level I Pool Inspections do not come with written reports. When you are in the market for a pool inspection, trust your local Puddle Pros for your residential and commercial pools.

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