Nepean Pool Inspections

A pool, spa and hot tub is a great way to add value and enjoyment to any property. In fact, a swim space can be a major selling feature but if you are looking at buying a home with a pool, a proper inspection is always a good idea. Nepean pool inspections provide insight into functionality and condition, along with peace of mind to buyers, sellers and owners. 

Whenever a house changes hands, a home inspection is common practice. On average, a home inspector has a lot of experience with roofing, siding, foundations and even electrical but swimming pools often aren’t a specialty. This means certain issues can go overlooked. These might be small issues like a small stain, all the way up to large issues like underground leaks or torn pool liners. 

Pool Inspection Services: What to Expect 

When it comes to swimming pool inspections there are plenty of things to watch out for! An experienced pool inspector is able to spot problem areas at the surface with visual inspections, test internal systems and even perform leak detection services if there appears to be an issue. 

Visual Inspections: Pool inspectors have a trained eye and understand what your pool is up against when it comes to the elements, so we know what to look for. Physical damage can result in large cracks and slab leaks, or might be a small tear in a pool liner. In either case, physical damage means leaks, water loss and the potential for a whole lot of damage. 

System Testing: There is nothing worse than purchasing a home only to find out that you are dealing with a broken heater, corroded pipes, damaged pool equipment or root damage. Professional pool inspections involve testing out internal water systems to make sure that everything is running as it should be. 

Surrounding Areas: In addition to inspecting pools themselves, it is important to inspect surrounding areas and safety features. If a ladder is loose or diving board is beginning to come away from its fastenings it is a serious risk to swimmers and anyone just walking by. 

As a real estate agent, it is always better to be able to provide your clients with reassurance that pool systems are running smoothly and Level I swimming pool inspections provide just that! There are plenty of reasons to call an expert for a pool inspection, including construction projects, permitting and even insurance purposes. Level I pool inspections do not come with a written report but do provide insight into the condition of a swim space, as well as insight into any existing issues or potential ones. 

In addition to offering pool inspection services, Puddle technicians offer a full-service roster for pool care including routine cleaning programs, seasonal care like pool openings or closings, service calls and even pressure tests for above ground pools and inground models. 

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