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In addition to the pool itself, a inspector will inspect all of the pool equipment and fencing. This includes filters, pumps, heaters, plumbing, timers, and any other electrical components involved in the pool’s functioning. The goal of a inspector is to determine what damage, if any, is affecting the pool.

Pools, hot tubs and spas can add value to your home. But they can also cost a lot to fix if issues are left unchecked.

If you’re purchasing a new home or other property with a pool, it pays to understand what you’re buying. While some fixes may be minor, other issues can pose larger problems. Rely on an expert to inspect your pool or spa before negotiating the final terms of the sale.


Yearly maintenance before opening pool $99
Pool & SPA Area $350
Pool & SPA Area with outdoor kitchen $695


With over 15 years experience and a real focus on customer satisfaction, you can rely on us for your next project. We provide a professional renovation and installation services with a real focus on customer satisfaction.

  • Bad or missing ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs)

  • Damaged or missing lights

  • Improperly installed junction boxes or old-style junction boxes

  • Equipment leaks

  • Dirty filters

  • No anti-vortex drain covers

  • Deteriorated or damaged heaters

  • Improperly vented heaters

  • Deteriorated or damaged shell or plaster

  • Improperly bonded metal around the pool

  • Unveil water levels indicating geological issues

  • Non-compliance with pool and spa anti-drowning safety features


  • What is a pool inspection?

    The visual pool and spa inspection includes looking over pool equipment, electrical supply (including pool lighting) and any safety issues immediately surrounding the pool and pool deck. The mechanical pool and spa inspection monitors most important equipment as it runs.

  • Why are pool & spa inspections worthwhile?

    Proper, routine maintenance and inspections go a long way in keeping your pool or spa in top condition. From appropriately using chemical treatments to safely operating heating and electrical systems, there are a lot of elements that work together for your swimming pool or hot tub. Hiring a professional for regular inspection can help prevent — or identify – problems before they wreak havoc.

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