Pool and Spa Inspection
What Is Inspected?
Physical Structure: Check for cracks, tile issues, deck conditions, and visible leaks.
Equipment: Inspection of pumps, heaters, filters, blowers, and other associated equipment.
Safety Features: Inspection of barriers, fences, gates, alarms, anti-entrapment devices, and emergency shut-offs.
Water Quality: Testing of pH levels, chlorine, bromine, and other essential chemicals.
Drainage & Circulation: Ensure proper flow and functioning of drains and inlets.
Electrical Components: Checking lights, grounding systems, and associated electrical components.
Hygiene and Cleanliness: Evaluate cleanliness and potential presence of algae or other contaminants.
Accessibility Features: Inspection of lifts, ramps, or other accommodations as per regulations.
Benefits of Regular Inspections
- Peace of mind knowing that your pool/spa is safe.
- Cost savings by catching issues early.
- Ensures a healthy swimming environment.
- Compliance with insurance requirements.
When to Get an Inspection
For Homebuyers: Before purchasing a property with a pool or spa.
For Sellers: Before listing property to ensure no hitches during the selling process.
Regular Maintenance: At least once a year for personal properties.
After significant weather events or natural disasters.
A pool inspection is one of the most important steps in owning a swimming pool. That’s why we are in the process of adding residential pool inspections and spa inspections to our services.
A Sneak Peek at Our Process
Our pool inspection process includes a thorough visual examination of the equipment and components of the system. We also measure the depth of the water, check the pH level, and test the water temperature. We provide you with a comprehensive report including photos and recommendations for repair or replacement if necessary.
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