Ingersoll Pool Inspections

Throughout the town of Ingersoll properties with pools are more popular than ever. If you are considering buying a home with a pool the first question that you should be asking is: does it work? If you are a potential buyer, seller or a pool owner looking to make sure that your water systems are performing correctly, an Ingersoll pool inspection can help. 

Why Have An Expert Inspect Your Pool? 

A home inspection is standard practice whenever a property changes hands but these don’t always include swimming pools. On average, a home inspector might have some knowledge of hot tubs, pools and spas but often won’t be able to identify serious issues like underground leaks or budding issues like a small tear in a vinyl liner. 

There are many types of pool inspection services on the market, some of which focus on construction permitting or are used for insurance purposes but neither of these consider whether a pool works or not. Puddle technicians provide Level I pool inspections that focus on operation and functionality so you can have a clear view of what makes water systems tick. During a sale, thorough insights in to pool condition can help to avoid conflicts of interest between buyers and sellers. 

Level I pool inspections provide home owners with peace of mind or can help to identify problem areas that might become worse over time, leading to the need for expensive repairs or replacements. A swimming pool should be a safe place for your family so if there are repairs that need to be done, our highly trained technicians provide referrals to quality professionals in your area.

Swimming pool inspections should be broken down into several categories including visual inspections, system testing and assessments of surrounding areas and safety features. In the event that there is evidence of water loss, don’t let a leak detection company perform your testing — let your local Puddle Pros handle it instead! Puddle technicians are trained in leak detection and can perform a pressure test or dye test to identify leaks and isolate problem areas as needed. 

Puddle Pool Inspections: Understanding The Process 

Each member of the Puddle team arrives on-scene prepared for a three-part assessment. A trained eye will view pool surfaces for any signs of physical damage or slab cracks. This also applies to missing or damaged tiles, or tears in vinyl liners. In-depth testing provides insight into the condition of pool pumps, filters and heaters. Visual inspections and light testing of equipment and accessories like ladders, railings and pool decks ensure that safety features are in good condition. 

It is important to note that Level I Pool Inspections are designed to provide peace of mind but do not include a written report that can be used for filing or permitting. 

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