Why Inspect A Pool?
If you plan to purchase a home with a swimming pool, a pool inspection is definitely recommended. Having an experienced pool inspector look the pool over, including the surrounding area, assures you that the investment is a safe one. Pool inspection is often not included in your home inspection, but the details in this separate examination can be crucial in your decision to purchase. This is why you should have a pool inspected.
What Does a Pool Inspection Include?
To answer the question of why you should have a pool inspected, a pool inspection should include the following:
- Gates, fences, ladders, railings, diving boards, slides
- Pump equipment including motors, filters, heaters, chlorinators, pressure, drains
- Decks and coping around the outside of the pool
- Surface of the pool, liners, tile edging, skimmers
- Water quality
- Electrical Equipment
Why Call on NJ Pool Inspector?
Swimming pools and the equipment that keeps them running are often expensive, so it’s
important to feel sure they are in safe and usable condition. NJ Pool Inspector provides
the most comprehensive examination of the pool, equipment (which includes spas) and the
surrounding surfaces. We also use Infrared Thermal Cameras in our inspections.
NJ Pool Inspector has no “conflict of interest” – we only inspect pools. We do not build
or repair pools. Because we do not fix any problems found during an inspection, we have no
motivation to find anything but the facts regarding the condition of your pool. We do recommend
repairs by a pool maintenance expert if needed.
NJ Pool Inspector helps protect your potential investment
When you are considering buying a home with a swimming pool, call NJ Pool Inspector at
(201) 378-3652. We have experience and expertise regarding pools, and we offer satisfaction with our work.