Pool Inspections

Swimming pools add character to any property and enjoyment to your summer months, but only if they are in good condition. If you are looking to purchase a new home, a pool can be a major selling feature, but it is also important to know what you are getting into. Pools are an investment, both in routine cleaning and care, as well as necessary maintenance. Whether you are looking to purchase a new property, are selling a home or are just hoping to maintain your existing swim space, a thorough pool inspection goes a long way.

Pool Inspection Services: When & Why

The most common times for property owners to book a pool inspection is when you are hoping to sell a home, purchase a home or, are experiencing issues with your water system. The reality is that there is never a bad time to call an expert for specialized inspection services. An experienced technician with a trained eye can spot issues with hot tubs, a pool or spa and provide insight into existing hazards or potential problems.

Buying: When buying a home, it is important to know the condition of any pools or hot tubs on the property. Pools are expensive to maintain and even more expensive to repair Having a Level 1 inspection provides peace of mind that you are taking over a functional water system without broken parts.

Selling: Having an inspection done when selling helps property owners avoid any potential issues, as well as encouraging interested parties to seal the deal. From the POV of a potential buyer, purchasing a pool without an inspection can mean the threat of moving in, only to discover a broken water system that costs thousands of dollars to repair or replace.

Noticing Issues: If you are not looking to buy or sell but are experiencing issues with your pool or its water system, it is always better to call an expert at the first sign of a struggle. Having an inspection earlier on means having the ability to perform small repairs as needed, prolonging the lifespan of materials and avoiding or delaying the high cost of replacements.

Swimming Pool Inspections: What to Expect

The main focus of a home inspection is to identify any potential issues that might be coming down the pipeline and to help property owners prepare for them, and your swimming pool is no different.

The main functions of a pool inspection are:

  • Check pool equipment and mechanisms to ensure that they are working properly
  • Visual inspections of structures and liners to identify potential leaks and other issues
  • Inspect safety features and make sure that they are secure

Having an experienced technician inspect your pool area helps to identify potential hazards to health and safety, as well as issues with the condition of the pool itself. Experts will offer suggested treatment plans according to their findings, ex. If there is evidence of a leak, suggesting local leak detection agencies.

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