Why Hire Us To Do a Pool Inspection?
Just as a home inspection informs you about the condition of the
home you are interested in purchasing, a pool inspection informs
you about the condition of the pool. Most home inspectors do not
offer pool inspection, as this requires highly specialized skills.
Some pool service companies may offer inspections, but as this is
not the focus of their business, they are unlikely to have highly
trained and experienced staff solely dedicated to this purpose.
We have extensive experience performing inground pool inspections for potential home
attending educational seminars and trade shows, we stay in touch with new
developments and technology. When you contract with us, you can be confident
you are hiring true professionals.
What Does Our Pool Inspection Include?
The whole pool environment is evaluated, not just the pool and equipment.
The intention of a pool inspection is to evaluate the current condition
of all accessible pool components. We identify items that need repair
to make the pool operational, safe and reasonable to maintain.
We also note the condition of the fence, gates, walkway, pool perimeter,
slide, diving board, deck, rails, coping, lighting, structure, and other items of
possible concern. Occasionally the inspection will reveal that further specialized
testing is warranted.
You receive a detailed, customized report, NOT A CHECKLIST. It summarizes our
professional's evaluation on the condition of your particular pool and its
associated accessible equipment. Digital photos are taken to assist us in composing the inspection report.
If a narrated photo report is desired, you can order this report for an additional fee.
Recommendations for maintenance and repairs are
listed in this report, needed to make the pool operational and
reasonable to maintain. The inspection report provides the buyer with valuable
information about the condition of the pool and its environment. A detailed report
will be emailed to the addresses you provide on the request form, soon after the
inspection is completed. Our report enables you to proceed with confidence in your
purchasing decision and to look forward to becoming a pool owner.
If your inspection is scheduled during warm weather,
the current owner should have the pool open with clear,
clean water so that the entire operation and the surface
of the pool is viewable. If your inspection is scheduled when
the pool is closed, the current owner should pump off standing water and
remove any debris from the cover. If this is not possible,
you may incur an additional labor charge to prepare the pool
for inspection. If freezing conditions prevent us from normal access to
the pool, we will use a videoscope at no extra charge.
If you are ready to request an inspection, please fill out our
Inspection Request Form.