Oliver Pool Inspections

A swimming pool can be a huge asset or a huge headache, it all depends on condition. Installing a pool or spa is a big investment and maintenance can be expensive. If you are noticing that your swim system is acting unusual or you are hoping to buy or sell a home with a pool, call Puddle for your Oliver pool inspection services. 

For potential buyers you want to make sure that you are making a good investment and a damaged pool can be a huge liability. Instead of finalizing a sale only to find out that you are dealing with a pool leak, foundation crack or damaged water system, have a Puddle Pro provide peace of mind instead. 

Why You Should Have An Expert Inspect Your Pool 

When buying or selling a home, it is pretty common to book a home inspection. These can offer a ton of insight into structures like the house itself, but the average home inspector doesn’t always have experience with swimming pools. There are plenty of swimming pool inspections out there, each of which have a different focus. You can book a professional pool inspection for construction, permitting, or insurance but they don’t always consider the condition of the pool or whether or not it even works. 

Before you purchase a home with a swim space or commit to a commercial pool, it is a good idea to have a Puddle Pro inspect it for you. Our team of highly trained technicians offer insight into structures, equipment, water systems, accessories and surrounding areas for a clearer view. 

Visual Inspections: A trained eye can spot even the smallest issue. A small tear in a vinyl liner can quickly lead to serious water loss and a whole lot of headache. Our highly trained pool inspectors can tell a lot just by looking at your pool. Poor water quality, for example, can be a symptom of a struggling internal system, tears can mean leaks and broken tiles can signal slab cracks that require leak detection services. 

System Testing: There isn’t much point in having a swimming pool if it doesn’t work! Thorough testing of internal water systems means checking everything from pressure gauges, pool pumps, filtration systems and heaters. If there are issues in any of these areas, catching them early can mean proactive treatments and avoiding disaster. In the case of a purchase or sale, home buyers can often negotiate these repairs ahead of the possession date or account for them in the sale price. 

Assessing Surrounding Areas: As important as pool condition is, surrounding areas also play a key role in the overall condition of your swim space. A visual inspection and light testing of safety features like ladders and railings, as well as accessories like diving boards and slides can alert technicians to potential safety issues. 

A Level I pool inspection provides key insight and peace of mind about your swim space. It is important to note that this particular inspection does not include a written report. 

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