You’re walking up to your future home and a pool catches your eye. That’s great! Right? Who doesn’t want to spend their days lounging in their own pool? But wait right there.

Believe it or not, pools can cause far more headache than they do fun. If you’re thinking about buying a home with a pool, you need to get that pool inspected. Between repairs, regulations, and more, an inspection could save your bank account.

When it comes to a swimming pool inspection, it’s better safe than sorry.

Our Pool and Spa inspector will look at the following components of pool and spa:

  • Safety features that meet local requirements-  An inspection will determine if a pool complies with local safety regulations, which vary state to state and from municipality to municipality. Our pool inspector is well-versed in all local regulations.
  • Physical conditions of the pool structure, interior and materials on the decking- The inspector will look for wear and tear, deterioration and can identify and assess the necessity and likely cost of making repairs or replacing certain materials. Our inspector will look beyond what we may see everyday like grout between the stones in the rock waterfall or uneven spots in the deck.
  • Equipment- The inspector will look at the line-up and condition of the equipment that runs your potential new pool. Now, during a pool inspection you can’t take equipment apart but we turn on all of the systems, and observe them at work. They will check if the parts on each component are secure and listen for any noises that are unusual and that could point to mechanical issues.
  • Other features- If the pool has other optional design, comfort, and convenience features and upgrades, our inspector will review them thoroughly. Whether it’s tanning ledge or alternative purification system, we will check the condition of components.