Kelowna Pool Inspections

A swimming pool is a great addition to any property and they can be a major selling feature for potential buyers looking for a place to call home. Maintaining a pool or spa is a lot of work and it is made even worse if you are dealing with old materials, worn out liners or other unexpected issues. If you are looking to buy a home with a pool, are selling a property with a swim space or suspect that your water systems aren’t flowing as they should, just call Puddle! Level I Kelowna pool inspections assess functionality and operation for peace of mind and future planning. 

There are many types of pool inspection services on the market, some of which focus on construction, permitting or even insurance purposes. These are all valuable but they don’t always tell you whether or not a swimming pool is working. There is nothing worse than finalizing a sale only to find out that you now have to sink a ton of money into repairs and/or replacements. Having an expert inspect your pool means gaining insight into the condition of pool structures, as well as individual components and equipment, so you can rest easy. 

The Importance of a Swimming Pool Inspection 

If you are ready to purchase a home, you want to make sure that it is in good condition before you sign on the dotted line. A home inspection is common practice for any property but these often focus on foundations, structures, roofing and electrical. The average home inspector isn’t well-versed in what makes a swimming pool tick. Hiring a specialized pool technician in conjunction with expert home inspection services provides a clean bill of health, or can help to incorporate repairs into sale prices. 

As a real estate agent, it is important to ensure that home buyers have complete knowledge of what they are getting into. Performing a Level I pool inspection pre-purchase provides peace of mind to buyers and sellers. 

Visual Inspections: A trained eye can help to identify surface issues with any pool and hot tub. A small tear in a vinyl liner might be overlooked by someone who doesn’t know what to look for but our team of Puddle Pros can spot tears from a mile away. This is also true of cracks in concrete pools. 

Testing: In order to make sure that internal water systems are running smoothly, Puddle technicians test various components ranging from heaters, pool pumps, return lines and more. 

Surrounding Areas: In addition to checking up on swimming pools themselves, a Level I inspection should also monitor surrounding areas like pool decks, diving boards and safety features. If a ladder is loose or diving boards are coming away from their fixtures, it is a safety issue so early detection is key to keeping swimmers safe. 

In addition to professional pool inspections, property owners can lean on local Puddle technicians to keep their swim spaces in great shape all year long. With a range of service options from routine cleaning, leak detection, seasonal care and service calls, there is nothing that a Puddle Pro can’t handle. 

It is important to note that Level I pool inspections provide peace of mind but do not come along with a written report. 

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