Markham Pool Inspections

At a glance, swimming pools might seem to be in good condition but this only offers insight at the surface level. If you want a full condition report on a swim space, it is important to dive below surfaces for a full assessment — and Puddle Pool Services are here to help! Pools might seem like simple structures but nothing could be further from the truth. Pools aren’t just structures full of water, they are made up of many moving systems that are always hard at work behind the scenes. If you want a full view of the condition of your swim space, consult a Puddle Pro for your Markham pool inspections for insight and peace of mind. 

When to Book Professional Pool Inspection Services 

The most common times to have an expert inspect your pool are during a sale or when you begin to notice issues within your water system. Anytime that a property changes hands it is common practice to call in home inspectors. The average home inspection will cover structural issues, roofing, electrical and plumbing in and around structures but they often won’t include a pool, spa or hot tub. 

Buying a home with a pool is a big investment and you want to make sure that it is a good one. More than sticking to pool surfaces alone, professional pool inspectors will perform visual inspections, testing of water systems and pool equipment, along with pointing out any safety issues in the surrounding areas. In order to get the best results for our clients Puddle technicians break swimming pool inspections down into a multi-step approach, each of which addresses a different area of swim spaces. 

Visual Inspections: Cracks or breakage might be obvious in the case of physical damage but more often than not, damage starts subtle and becomes worse over time. For example, a small tear in a vinyl liner will get bigger over time. Catching these issues early can mean the difference between a quick patch and costly repairs or replacements. 

System Testing: There is nothing worse than finalizing the sale of a property only to find out that you are dealing with broken components or equipment. In order to provide a view of how water systems are running, Puddle technicians test pool pumps, heaters, return lines and even inspect filters for an in-depth assessment of condition. 

Safety Issues: As a pool owner, you understand just how dangerous a swimming pool can be. Accessories like ladders and railings are designed to help swimmers exit pool water easily while pool decks, diving boards and slides add an element of fun. If either of these are damaged or have come loose from their fastenings and fixtures it can be a serious risk to health and safety. A visual inspection can point out physical damage while light testing will point out any problem areas. 

One of the advantages of choosing Puddle for your Level I Pool Inspection is that our technicians are experienced in pool leak detection. If we see signs of structural, plumbing or underground leaks, an experienced technician can perform testing right then and there. 

Please note that Puddle Pool Services provide Level I Pool Inspections that focus on functionality and condition. These inspections do not come along with a written report and can’t be used for permitting or insurance purposes. 

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