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Pool Inspections

A pool inspection isn’t mandatory. However, It can save you a considerable amount in future repairs, and any faults found will give you negotiating power in a sale. If you’re thinking about buying a home with a pool, trust an expert who will provide you with all the facts. You’ll be happy you did.

How Much Does A Pool Inspection Cost?

On average, the cost of pool inspection starts at around $500.

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What Is A Pool Inspection?

An inspector checks a pool for flaws or expensive repairs during the process of a pool inspection. You should arrange for a pool inspection whether you're thinking about purchasing a property or if you're a seller want to avoid any surprises later on. Periodically, some pool owners will also take this action if they have worries about the state of their pool.

There are indicators that, if you own a pool, you ought to get a swimming pool inspector in to take a closer look. You should hire an inspector if the pool has any electrical problems, such as burned-out underwater lights, incorrectly placed junction boxes, or missing ground-fault circuit interrupters. Pool decks that are slippery might be algae. If you have leaks in the plaster or cement, or if your liner is wrinkled and cracked, you should get an inspection.

In addition, dirty filters, poorly vented heaters, incorrectly bonded metal around the pool, and badly installed heaters should worry you. Any obstructions in the flow, like as leaking pipes or incorrect plumbing connections, indicate the possibility of a major issue. If the pool's pump and heater are not correctly bonded, galvanic corrosion might happen. You will receive a thorough report with written remarks on every section of your pool after an inspection. The components of the pool that were inspected to make sure nothing was overlooked will be included in this report, along with details regarding their condition and when replacements are necessary.

Mr Pools will provide you with insight into your pool, identify potential hazards, instruct you when you need necessary repairs, and advise you of your options. We know how to find material defects – specific issues with a component or system that may significantly impact the property’s value or pose an unreasonable safety risk. We can only determine the condition of components that are readily accessible. While we do our best to be thorough, it’s always possible for unforeseen malfunctions to occur that the inspection missed.

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