Menifee Pool Inspections

Pool cleaning is the best way to maintain a sanitary swim space during the swim season but inspections are what keeps your water flowing and system in great shape. When a pool is kept in good condition, you can expect decades of use but, if left untreated, even a small issue can spiral into a larger one. If you are looking to purchase a new property with a pool, are selling a home with a pool or are just beginning to notice that things are not working as they should, call an expert! Puddle technicians provide Menifee pool inspections that focus on functionality and current conditions.

Expert Level I pool inspection services in Menifee provide peace of mind to potential buyers and sellers, and they can help to pinpoint problem areas before they become disasters.

What Comes With A Level I Inspection?

Whether you have a pool or spa, water systems are made up of many moving parts. It is easy to correct cloudy water temporarily but if you are noticing a drop in water levels, damaged filters, cracked pipes, broken heaters or even broken light fixtures, it is a good idea to have an expert come in. A standard home inspection does not come along with an assessment of pools and water systems, leaving potential homebuyers in the dark.

During a Level I Pool Inspection, inspectors will check the surfaces of your pool and the surrounding area, as well as the equipment, mechanisms and components that keep them running.

Pool Equipment: It is important to fire up water systems to ensure that everything is working properly, but it is also important to inspect components one-by-one. This additional assessment monitors pool pumps, filters, heaters and return lines to ensure that there is no breakage or cracking going on.

Vinyl Liners & Poolsides: Swimming pools are made up of either concrete finishes or vinyl liners. Concrete can crack or, in the case of tiles, they can come loose or break off. A small tear in a vinyl liner can be patched, prolonging the lifespan of your liner until it needs to be replaced. A pool inspector will go over the length of a swimming pool, inspecting liners and pointing out existing or potential issues.

Safety Features: Addition railings, ladders, diving boards and other additions are designed to keep swimmers safe but if these are not properly grounded, they can lead to serious injury. Pool and spa inspections focus on the swimming pool itself, as well as the surrounding areas and that includes safety features, pool decks and more.

Puddle Pool Inspection Service: Level I Inspections

During a Level I inspection, a Puddle pool inspector will check systems inside and out. Unlike other inspection services that might focus on construction, permitting and insurance, Level I inspections focus on functionality. Average home inspectors can tell you if your roof is in need of replacement but can’t tell you if your water heater is operational — so call a Puddle Pro instead!

Each member of the Puddle team is highly trained, experienced and fully insured. When you call a Puddle technician to inspect your pool, you can expect attention to detail and peace of mind. When you want the best results for your swim space, make inspections a part of your regular annual pool maintenance.

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