Swimming Pool Inspection
If you are purchasing a home with a swimming pool, the condition of the pool is just as important as the rest of the house. A pool is a great feature in a home, and often adds to the value. But a pool that is not in good condition can be a money pit. For that very reason, it’s important to get an inspection of the pool area before you purchase the property.
A pool inspection covers all equipment such as pumps, heaters, filters, lights, ladders, railings, and related mechanical and electrical connections. It also examines enclosures, fencing, barriers, related gates and drainage.