Home inspections do not include pools, and you want to make sure that the pool gets inspected. Swimming pools have many complicated parts and may have additional equipment components and specialty accessories that require a specially trained pool inspector.
A swimming pool inspection can protect you from purchasing a home with a pool that needs many repairs and can help you avoid expensive repairs such as a new pool liner that may cost $10,000.00 or more. If you decide to purchase the home, a pool inspection can help you with the negotiations of the sale. Most importantly, it may protect you and your family from loss of life if safety measures are not in place.
What can you expect?
A pool inspection can take about 1 – 2 hours to complete; however, the time can vary depending on its size and what needs to be inspected. You will receive an itemized report with comprehensive, in-depth information and pictures within 24 hours. One of our certified inspectors will walk you through the pool inspection process and explain what they are looking for when inspecting the pool. Once the inspector has completed their inspection, they will discuss any safety or maintenance related issues they may have found and advise you on how to remedy the problem. If you have any questions during or after the pool inspection is completed, our inspectors will answer them for you.