Elite Swimming Pools
Pool Cleaning Services in South Florida
Are you considering buying a home with a swimming pool? Congratulations! You’re about to add a whole new level of fun and relaxation to your life. But before you close the sale, you’ll want to make sure you have your pool professionally inspected, just as you will with the home itself. While many home inspectors claim that they do pool inspections too, they rarely have the training required to give you an accurate report of the pool’s condition. Often, even basic problems with the pool will be overlooked, potentially causing you thousands of dollars in repair bills that could have been avoided had you hired a dedicated pool inspector. At Elite Swimming Pools in Miramar, our pool technicians have years of experience inspecting and repairing inground swimming pools, and they can help you identify any potential problems before they arise.
What Do Pool Inspectors Look for?
Issues with the pool deck:
Before they even get to the pool itself, our inspectors will look at your pool’s deck to ensure that it is properly elevated and has no uneven surfaces. They will also check the pool’s coping and interior finish.
Our pool inspectors will then check that all of the pool’s security features are in order, including secure fencing and properly latching gates. This is especially important for homebuyers with children. They will also ensure that any safety features meet local regulations.
The pool’s equipment:
Your pool inspector should check that all pool equipment, such as the pump, filter, chlorinator, heater, etc., are in proper working order. If you were buying a used car you’d want to check under the hood, right? The same goes for a swimming pool.
The pool’s hardware:
Lastly, your pool inspector will take a look at the swimming pool’s drains, lights and plumbing, handrails, and ladders to make sure that they are properly installed and safely in place.