Pool & Spa Inspection

I will inspect your pool critical components

Regular inspections that go beyond simple chemical and cleanliness tests are necessary to maintain a safe and effective pool. To make sure the pool’s machinery is operating correctly and to guard against pool damage, it’s crucial to check the water level. The pool’s equipment and structure may be damaged by leaks, therefore they need to be fixed very away.

In order to ensure optimal operation, valves, which are crucial elements of the pool’s circulation system, must be inspected. Additionally, it is important to check the main drains, grates, and inlets for any obstructions or debris that can harm the pool’s machinery or pose a safety risk.

In order to prevent further damage to the pool’s chemistry or circulation system, staining and biological growth must be swiftly handled. To ensure optimum operation and efficiency, the thermostat and heater for the pool should also be examined.

To prevent unwanted entry to the pool area and to protect the safety of kids and dogs, adequate fencing and gate security are crucial. Safety risks including loose tiles or damaged surfaces should also be looked for on the pool deck.

Electrical safety is another crucial factor, therefore it’s crucial to check the pool’s electrical system, switches, alarms, and lighting to make sure nothing is malfunctioning or posing a safety risk.

In conclusion, a thorough pool inspection should involve checks for the water level, leaks, valves, main drains, grates and inlets, blockages, debris, staining, biological development, heater and thermostat, fencing and gate security, deck safety, electrical safety, switches, and a variety of other things.

Don’t skip this important step – schedule a pool inspection today to ensure that you’re a well-informed and that your home is safe and functional. Contact us now to schedule your inspection!

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