Vernon Pool Inspections

Whether you are buying a home with a pool, looking to invest in commercial pool services or are noticing that your water system just isn’t running right, it is time to call Puddle for an inspection. Swimming pools might seem simple from the outside but they are made up of many moving parts, each of which need to be in good condition to keep water systems flowing smoothly. Level I Vernon pool inspections assess functionality and point out potential issues for peace of mind for potential buyers, current owners and sellers. 

When you purchase a home, you are likely making the biggest investment of your life. For many potential buyers, a home sale will eat up nearly all liquid assets, leaving little behind for unexpected surprises. There is nothing worse than finalizing a sale only to find out that your new swimming pool is in need of expensive repairs and replacements. This is a headache not only for buyers, but for sellers as well, so avoid the situation with a bit of help from a highly trained pool inspector. 

Level I Pool Inspection Services: What is Included? 

Whenever a house changes hands, a home inspection is common practice. The majority of home inspectors do not have a lot of experience with a pool or spa, hot tub or water feature. There are many different kinds of swimming pool inspections on the market, some of which focus on insurance coverage, permitting or construction purposes — but these often can’t tell you whether or not the pool is working! A Level I Pool Inspection assesses the condition of the pool structure as well as internal systems, equipment and surrounding areas. 

Visual Inspections: With murky pool water, it can be difficult to see what is going on below the surface. By clearing water, Puddle technicians are able to provide visual inspections of pool liners and concrete foundations. Without extensive training, it is hard to spot small tears in vinyl liners that can lead to leaks, water loss and serious damage. 

System Testing: The condition of any pool and hot tub depends on moving water. If water is sitting stagnant, it is prone to contamination. Puddle technicians test heaters, as well as circulation systems to make sure that pumps, motors, return lines and more are in good, working order. 

Inspecting Safety Features & Surrounding Areas: Safety features and equipment are a part of your pool system. For property owners, safety is always a primary focus. Instead of focusing on pool water alone, Puddle technicians inspect pool decks, ladders, railings and even diving boards. If any safety feature has come loose from its fastenings, it is a health risk so it is important to catch loosening or corrosion early to avoid disaster. 

It is important to note that Level I Pool Inspections provide peace of mind and insight into the condition to any type of pool, but they do not come with a written report. In the event that problem areas are located, Puddle provides pool leak detection services, as well as a wide network of available resources to diagnose and treat problem areas. 

Each member of the team is fully insured to provide peace of mind to buyers, sellers, realtors and commercial pool owners. Don’t wait for a worst case scenario when you can call a local pro for a clean bill or health or treatment plan for your swimming pool. 

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