Why Do You Need Them & What Are the Benefits of Having One?
While pools are a fun and relaxing addition to your home, if not properly inspected, they can become a serious liability issue. If you’re having your home inspected, the home inspector may provide a limited pool inspection as well, but it’s likely the home inspector will suggest that a specialist come in and inspect the pool instead.
Pool inspections provide many benefits, including the following:
You’ll learn about any problems that may have previously gone unnoticed. Fixing the problems as soon as possible will help prevent further damage and expenses.
As a pool owner, you’ll have a better idea of the condition of your pool. For example, it’s helpful to know about how many years your pool liner has left so you can financially prepare for a replacement.
Pool inspections limit liability concerns and ensure that you have the proper safety conditions.
And much more!
What Certifications Should the Pool Inspector Have?
CPO - Certified Pool Operator
APSP - Association of Pool and Spa Professionals Accreditation
Experienced and Knowledgeable of State and Local Codes
Experienced and Knowledgeable of all types of Pool and Pool Equipment Repairs
Certified by the Major Equipment Manufacturers (such as Pentair and Zodiac/Jandy) for Repair and Warranty
Reputable and Experienced
What to Expect From Your Home Pool Inspection:
General pool inspections usually involve inspecting the pool’s electrical system, primary circulation system, barrier system, interior surface and surrounding deck. Pool inspections from Pool Specialists also include thorough examinations of safety features, filters, cleaning equipment, pumps, water chemistry and more.
Schedule a Backyard Pool Inspection Today
Has it been a while since your pool was last inspected? Schedule a pool inspection with Pool Specialists of Raleigh, NC today. We’re the Triangle’s choice for pool services and will provide you with a thorough pool examination and report.