Purchasing a home with a swimming pool?
Have your pool inspected by a professional to help prevent the surprise of expensive repairs. Don’t rely on a Home Inspector. Some buyers assume the home inspection covers the pool, but this is rare. Even if your inspection covers the pool, many home inspectors do not have the required expertise to properly conduct a swimming pool inspection. In fact, most home inspection reports include a disclaimer for the pool and pool equipment.
When evaluating the current condition of a pool you want to know that the pool surface is solid and leak-free. The pumps, heaters and filters have been checked for proper operation and condition. The electrical equipment and plumbing has been inspected. Decking surfaces, safety covers and the hardware that secures them should be evaluated for condition and longevity.
Call ClearWater Pool and Patio to inspect your new pool before you purchase.