Colwood Pool Inspection

Many property owners in the Colwood area do not consider just how much of an impact a swimming pool has on their homes. When selling a home, pools and hot tubs can be the thing that seals the deal, or can be a major deterrent. A Colwood pool inspection can help to provide peace of mind to buyers, identify problem areas for existing owners and make it possible to sell homes knowing swim spaces are in good condition.

Whether you have owned pools in the past or are new to maintenance, having an expert inspect your pool can shed light on unforeseen issues. Without a trained eye and technical knowledge, it can be difficult to properly assess the condition of the pool you are looking at, but our Puddle Pros are here to help!

Swimming Pool Inspections: When to Do Them & What to Look Out For

There is never a bad time for a pool inspection but the most common times to call for a pool inspector are during the purchase or sale of a property. If you begin to notice that pools are not working the way that they should, it is always a good idea to have an expert inspect the different components of your swim space that keep things running.

Buying a Home With a Pool: Before closing the deal on a new home, potential buyers will often ask for a home inspection. These inspections will focus on structural integrities, roofing, appliances and more, but they do not cover swimming pools. There is nothing worse than finalizing a purchase only to find out there is a problem with an expensive water system.

When Selling a Home: If you are hoping to sell a home, being able to ensure potential buyers that water systems are in good, working order is a great feeling. An inspection of swimming pools covers everything from the return lines, pool pump, heaters and even the vinyl liner. Stating any issues plainly makes it possible to work repairs into prices and saves the stress of having buyers lodge complaints after sale.

A Level I Pool Inspection does not come with written reports that can be used for insurance or permitting purposes but does focus on detailing functionality and overall condition. A Puddle pool inspector will check on the structures components of your swimming pool, as well as the internal mechanisms, surrounding areas and safety features.

Puddle Pool technicians provide in-depth pool inspections including:

  • Pool water condition
  • Visual inspection of vinyl liners
  • Surrounding areas like poolsides and pool decks
  • Testing of pool pumps, components and heaters
  • Ensure railings are properly grounded

Professional pool inspection services are able to diagnose issues in both inground and above ground pools, as well as hot tubs and water features. While condition of circulation and plumbing systems is always a main concern, it is important to remember pool safety features as well. Luckily, our team of experienced Puddle Pros are able to provide key insights into your water system from the inside, out.

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