Kanata Pool Inspections

For many Canadians, purchasing a house is the biggest investment that they will ever make. Having a swimming pool on the property is a major selling feature for many people but just because a water system looks good, doesn’t mean that it is functional. It is common practice to book a home inspection when purchasing a new home, but there are many other opportunities to book swimming pool inspections. If you are buying a home with a pool, selling a property with a swim space or are noticing issues with your water systems, call Puddle for your Kanata pool inspections. 

There is a big difference between having home inspectors look over swimming pools and calling a Puddle Pro for an in-depth overview. The average home inspector does not have experience with swimming pools and the systems that keep them going. Inspecting a pool or spa means surveying surfaces, surrounding areas, pool filters and circulation systems. Level I pool inspections provide peace of mind regarding the condition of the pool around a home or commercial property. 

What Goes Into a Pool Inspection? 

There are many types of pool inspections on the market, some of which are geared toward insurance agencies and claims, or permitting and construction planning. While these inspections are useful, they don’t always offer insight into whether or not a water system works. Level I pool inspections inspect everything from water condition, identifying safety issues, ensuring that equipment like pool pumps, heaters and return lines are operational. 

Visual Inspections: A pool inspection will check surfaces for signs of struggle. Even a small tear in a vinyl liner will grow over time, creating a much larger issue. It is easy to overlook a small tear but it is impossible to ignore the water damage that comes along with a larger rip. A visual assessment will also alert technicians to safety issues like loosened railings or ladders. 

System Testing: Even if a pool looks great and boasts crystal clear water, there is always a chance that there is something happening behind the scenes. A pool inspector will check up on plumbing and return lines, pool pumps, motors, filtration systems and heaters. 

In the event that our Puddle pool inspectors do notice an issue with water systems, they can help to refer repair specialists and provide leak detection and pressure testing. Quick action cuts down on the need for costly repairs and replacements, so call an expert for your pool and swim spa inspections. 

Puddle technicians provide Level I pool inspection services that focus on functionality and overall condition. These inspection services provide peace of mind to anyone looking at purchasing a home with a pool, selling a property or experiencing issues with their current water system, but they do not come along with a written report. 

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