Uxbridge Pool Inspections

A swimming pool adds character and enjoyment to any home. When in good condition a pool can be the highlight of your summer but if there are leaks or damaged components, it is nothing but headaches. If buying a home with a pool is your goal, it is easy to get excited and forget about due diligence. When looking to buy or sell a property, Uxbridge pool inspections can help you make a good investment. 

Booking a home inspection can provide you with peace of mind that a structure is in great shape but very few home inspectors have experience with swimming pools. Professional pool inspections can help to point out potential problem areas, damaged equipment and safety issues. For potential buyers, the costs of repairs can be applied to the sale price while sellers and current owners can organize repairs and replacements before dealing with a disaster. 

What is a Level I Swimming Pool Inspection? 

Swimming pools are made up of many moving parts, each of which contribute to the overall condition and function. There are several different types of pool inspections on the market, most of which revolve around permitting and construction or for insurance purposes. These are all useful in their own way but they don’t often consider whether or not a pool actually works. Level I inspection services focus on the condition and functionality of a swim space. 

A Level I Pool Inspection Service includes: 

Visual Inspections: From afar a pool might look like it is clean and in good condition but a trained eye can spot existing issues and potential problems before they turn into a disaster. Something as common as a small tear in a vinyl liner can lead to major water loss and eventually structural damage. Puddle Pros inspect liners, tiles, concrete structures, pool equipment, water systems and surrounding areas for any signs of damage. 

System Testing: Even if a swimming pool looks like it is in good shape, there are plenty of things that can go wrong within the internal water systems. No one wants to finalize a sale on their new property only to find out that the pool heater is broken and needs to be replaced. Puddle technicians will review water systems and equipment to make sure there is no physical damage, leaks or problem areas. 

Surrounding Areas & Safety Issues: You want your pool and swim space to be a safe place for your family and that means identifying safety issues early on. Visual inspections and light testing can help to point out loose fixtures around railings, ladders, slides and diving boards. Pool decks are also checked for stability. 

The Puddle Guarantee: Let Us Inspect Your Pool 

If you are in the market for a fun and safe pool, spa or hot tub let our Puddle Pros help you out! Our team of highly trained and experienced pool experts can point out everything from broken tiles, underground leaks and corrosion in pipes. Please note that a Level I Pool Inspection does not include a written report but is designed to give peace of mind to homebuyers, owners and sellers. 

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