If you’re buying a home that comes with an in ground swimming pool, you want to take the right steps to protect your investment. Before closing, you want to know about the pool and the condition of its structure and equipment systems.
A thorough pool inspection will assure a potential buyer of key issues ranging from the elevation of the deck service to the functionality of the pool pump.
Inspectors can provide a written report of their findings. This list includes any areas of concern. Swimming pools have a lot of complicated parts with which an inspector needs to be familiar. Pumps, filters, and heaters. Many pools have additional equipment components with specialty accessories.
There are five primary areas to examine during an in-death pool inspection.
If you want an ideal home with a pool already in place, be smart about obtaining a full evaluation. The result will be a peace of mind and a new home with a stable properly functioning backyard pool.
Mike McFadden, Certified Master Home Inspector in Orlando, FL