Many homebuyers prefer an empty yard to build a pool to their personal specifications. But for homes that happen to come with swimming pools already in the ground, take the right steps to protect your investment. Before closing escrow you will want to know about the pool and the condition of its structure and equipment systems.
What is Included in a Pool InspectionAt Evo Pool Service, we pride ourselves on performing a thorough inspection of all aspects of your potential pool & spa. Our detail oriented inspection includes the following areas:
- Interior finish
- Tile and coping
- Drain covers and fittings
- Pool deck
- Visual inspection of filter and motor
- Control systems
- Salt system (if applicable)
- Pool lights
- Pool cleaner (if applicable)
- Heater and gas line (if applicable)
Upon completion of the inspection, a detailed inspection report will be generated for you outlining our findings and any recommendations we have for the pool & spa.
What a Pool Inspection Does Not IncludeAccording to the American Society of Home Inspectors, a pool inspector is not required to inspect the pool at times when conditions like bad weather could cause damage to the pool equipment. It does not include water quality testing, the testing of anything that is already not working properly, or the suitability of a pool for accessories like a diving board or slide. Before committing to a pool inspection, be sure to get an understanding of what is or is not included in the inspection.
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