Before buying a home with a pool, you should always get a pool inspection to make sure the pool is in good working order. Our team at A+ Pool Leak Detectives has extensive experience in providing pool inspections, and we have put together this brief guide on how they work, so you can know what to expect.
Around the Pool
As part of your pool inspection, our team will first check the following in the area around your pool:
- Pool Deck – We’ll check your pool deck for cracks or signs of settling.
- Pool Fence and Gate – We’ll check the fence and gate around your pool to ensure they meet the legal safety requirements.
In the Pool
From there, we will check the pool itself, including:
- Pool Lining – Your pool inspection will include a thorough examination of the walls and floor of the pool to ensure there are no cracks.
- Ladders and Entries – We’ll make sure your pool’s ladders, stairs, and other entries are in great condition and safe to use.
- Electrical Systems – Next, we’ll check your pool’s lights and other electrical components to ensure there are no problems there.
- Pump – Your pool pump needs to be checked to make sure it continues to circulate the pool water properly.
- Filter – Our experts will examine your filter to ensure it will continue to keep your pool water clean and free of debris.
- Heater – If your pool is heated, we will also inspect the heater for problems—we’ll make sure you can continue to swim in comfort.
We hope this has given you a better idea of what to expect from your pool inspection. If you suspect your pool has a problem, we encourage you to give us a call to have our team take a look as soon as possible.