Pool & Spa Inspection

A Pool & Spa Inspection will cover the following:

  • Adequacy of Protective Barriers (Fencing)
  • Deck Safety Standard Compliance
  • Surface Safety Around The Pool
  • Equipment Safety/Functionality
  • Physical Damage To Structure
  • Leaking Pumps
  • Broken Pipes Above Ground
  • Drainage Problems

A home with a swimming pool is a highly desirable feature for South Florida homeowners and potential homebuyers. Before purchasing a home with a pool it is important to have a pool inspection. Pool Inspections can determine if the current condition of the pool and surroundings are up to the current safety standards. Pools that have not had proper maintenance or care can be subject too many unsafe conditions like leaks, broken steps, faulty ladders/railings, blocked drainage/filtration systems, unsafe diving boards, dangerous deck surfaces, and much more. When you’re looking to invest in a home with a pool, a pool inspection can alert you to any damages, repairs, or potential hazards that may arise based on the current state of the pool. Reminder that this is a visual inspection only and will not identify any leaks in the pool (available option), temperature or pressure issues or evaluate the correct chemical balance of the water.