Mississauga Pool Inspections

Owning a home with a pool is great but it comes along with a lot of maintenance. It might not seem like it from the outside but swimming pools rely on many moving parts to keep in good condition. If you are considering buying a home with a pool, our Puddle technicians provide peace of mind that you are making a good investment. Mississauga pool inspections are incredibly useful for buyers, sellers and those experiencing issues with their swim space.

When buying or selling a house, home inspections are common practice but the average home inspector is not experienced in dealing with water systems. This means missing out on valuable insight about the function and condition of swimming pools when you need it most. Level I swimming pool inspections focus on functionality, operations and condition. Instead of focusing on one area alone, a Puddle pool inspection service looks at pool surfaces, water systems and surrounding areas, pointing out areas for concern and providing peace of mind.

Having An Expert Inspect Your Pool: What to Expect

Whether you are dealing with a pool, spa or hot tubs, identifying potential problems and safety issues are key to avoiding disaster. For potential home buyers, it is important to know what type of water system you are dealing with, as well as the potential risks associated with it. For example, a salt system will corrode more quickly than a chlorine one. A pool inspector will provide insight into the current issues that are facing your swimming pools, as well as recognizing potential issues down the line.

Highly experienced technicians are able to spot even small tears in vinyl liners. The trick with a small tear is that they will become larger over time and this means the potential for damage. Visual inspections provide an overview of surface condition while testing of internal mechanisms let sellers, buyers and pool owners know that systems are running smoothly. Cold weather, along with average wear and tear can lead to plastic becoming brittle, cause construction materials to warp and can even lead to burst pipes.

In addition to the components that keep a pool and hot tub or swim spa moving, Puddle technicians will assess surrounding areas. It is important to check pool equipment like diving boards and slides, as well as safety features like security railings and ladders. Ensuring that each of these are properly grounded reduces the risk of accidents and helps to keep swimmers safe.

When you want to avoid the risk of costly repairs and replacements, call a Puddle technician at the first sign of trouble or before you finalize a sale. Puddle Pool Services provide a wide range of treatments including inspections, leak detection, cleanings, service calls and seasonal treatments.

It is important to note that level I pool inspections do not include written reports.

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