Repairing or replacing a pool or spa can be expensive. If the home you are buying or selling has one or both of these features, it is highly advised that you include a pool and spa inspection.
While most pool and spa inspection companies only focus on the equipment, our detailed inspection will cover the following components in harmony with the InterNACHI Pool and Spa Inspection Check-List and Standards of Practice:
- Interior finish materials
- Decks, deck drains, steps, coping and tile
- Pumps, motors, blowers, skimmer, filter, drains, heaters (including describing the energy source), automatic safety controls, gauges, visible piping and valves
- Cleaning system
- The water supply system to ensure there are no cross connections
- External bonding of the pump motors, blowers, heaters and other equipment
- Operation of underwater lighting, ground fault circuit interrupters, conduit, visible electrical components, and timer assemblies
- Diving boards, slides, handrails, and ladders
- The presence or absence of child safe barriers, enclosures and entrapment devices
Pools and spas should be a source of comfort and enjoyment. For your safety and that of others, as well as to protect your investment, be sure to inspect pools and spas before buying or selling!