Waterloo Pool Inspections

There are plenty of situations in which it is a good idea to call a pool inspector but the most common call-out that we get is during the sale of a house or commercial property. Buying a home is a big investment and buying a home with a pool is an even bigger one. There is nothing worse than finalizing a sale only to find yourself stuck with the high costs of pool repairs. Professional Waterloo pool inspections provide peace of mind to buyers, sellers and homeowners who are noticing their water systems just aren’t running right. 

Swimming pool inspections are not a one-size-fits-all process. There are many different types of inspections on the market, some of which focus on construction permitting or for insurance purposes. These are useful in their own way but they often don’t provide insight into the overall condition of the pool. 

Having An Expert Inspect Your Pool: What to Expect 

Whenever a property changes hands, it is common practice to book a home inspection. The average home inspector will be experienced in assessing foundations, roofing, exterior walkways and even electrical but will likely not have experience in dealing with pools, spas or hot tubs. Swimming pools are complicated structures with complex systems behind them, so they are always best left to the experts. 

Puddle Pool Services provides Level I Pool Inspection Services that focus on condition and functionality. Professional pool inspections will assess the pool itself, as well as internal water systems and surrounding areas. 

Visual Inspections: You might look over a swimming pool and see clear water and assume that it is in good, working order but looks can be deceiving. A trained eye understands the common problem areas in swimming pools as well as the more subtle ones that might come as a surprise. For example, a small tear in a vinyl liner might go unnoticed by pool owners but it won’t get by our technicians. Over time, even a small tear will become larger and instead of being able to patch these areas, might lead to the need for costly repairs. Puddle technicians perform visual checks of pool structures, as well as return lines and other areas, pointing out any existing issues and identifying potential issues before they become disasters. 

Testing: Any pool, spa or hot tub depends on a series of moving parts to stay in great shape. If pool pumps begin to fail it won’t take long for water to become contaminated and it will put unnecessary wear and tear on internal systems. Any additional strain will reduce the lifespan of components and equipment, which means expensive repairs and replacements. Instead of being surprised by a bill, let a Puddle Pro provide insight into any issues that might be on the horizon. 

Safety Issues: Keeping swimmers safe means ensuring that safety equipment is sound and functional. A ladder or safety railing is meant to help swimmers exit the pool but if it has become loose or is coming away from its fastenings, it is a serious risk. Puddle technicians perform visual assessment and light testing can help to point out problem areas with safety features, pool decks, diving boards, slides and other additions. 

It is important to note that the goal of a Level I Pool Inspection is to provide peace of mind to potential buyers, sellers or home owners. Puddle technicians provide insight into the overall condition of water systems and can offer advice on care and maintenance but this type of inspection does not include a written report. 

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