We Complete Real Estate Inspections
When you are buying a home, an inspection of its condition is a must. Otherwise, there could be unseen problems for which you must pay after purchasing the property. If the property you are considering has a pool or spa, it only makes sense to have this inspected before making a final decision about whether to buy. A pool or spa may look like an added value to the property, but it could end up costing you money if it is in poor condition. The team at Absolute Water Professionals is the best choice to complete pool and spa inspections in Salt Lake City, UT, as we have many years of experience and will be able to accurately identify any potential problems. Call us today to make an appointment.
Our Team Will Thoroughly Inspect Your Pool or Spa
Pools and spas have a lot of hardware and parts to pump and drain water as needed. All of these parts must be in good working condition to ensure safe and efficient operation. At Absolute Water Professionals, we have a team of qualified pool experts to complete a multi-point inspection of the pool and spa at any property before you decide to purchase. This could save you thousands of dollars and the hassle of buying a property with a damaged pool or spa. Our team will check all hardware in and around the pool, including drains, lights, handrails, and ladders, as well as all of the filters, pumps, heaters, plumbing, timers, and electrical components. You can count on us to identify any potential problems with your pool or spa. We have compiled answers to some of our frequently asked questions below, but feel free to call us with any of your own.
What Is Included in a Pool Inspection?
Absolute Water Professionals will conduct a complete inspection of any pool or spa on the property you are considering purchasing. We will then provide a written report of any troubling findings or highlight areas that need repairs. Our primary concerns include:
- Ensuring all safety features meet local requirements
- The physical conditions of the pool structure, interior, materials, and deck
- Equipment such as the pump and heater
- Accessories including automation, diving board or slide, water filters, and lighting
- Pool infrastructure and backyard conditions
Do Home Inspectors Check Swimming Pools?
A home inspector will do a surface-level pool or hot tub inspection, but he or she may not find underlying issues that a specialized pool inspector would. Swimming pools and hot tubs have an array of complicated parts that require a trained professional to service or inspect. Absolute Water Professionals should be your resource for pool inspections because pools and spas are our specialties, so you can rest assured we will identify all issues and provide a complete report.
How Does a Pool Affect Homeowners Insurance?
Swimming pools are considered attractive nuisances in the eyes of insurance providers. This stipulation is reserved for any feature that might attract a child and pose a risk to his or her wellbeing. As a result, your homeowners insurance policy will be higher if you have a pool or hot tub to cover expenses in the event of an accident. This makes a thorough pool inspection all the more critical. Consult with your provider for specific coverage details.
Contact Absolute Water Professionals Today
Make sure you are making a good purchase by inspecting all components of a property before deciding whether to buy it. This includes any pool or hot tub on the property. Absolute Water Professionals is here to help you assess the current condition of any pool or spa. We will identify any problems or ensuring it is structurally sound. Contact us today to learn more about our inspection process or to schedule a time for us to visit your home.
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