Jumping into the pool at the end of a long day at work is relaxing and invigorating. Keep that pool in pristine condition with a pool inspection from Bryan & Bryan Inspections. This thorough assessment will keep your pool in the best condition possible, especially if you are thinking of selling your home in the future. To learn more about what a pool inspection entails, read the brief guide below.  

3 FAQs Regarding Pool Inspections

1. When Should I Have My Pool Inspected?

A pool inspection can be conducted anytime you are concerned about its condition. If you’re buying a home with a pool, a pool inspection will reveal any equipment or components that need to be repaired or replaced, as well as any issues that need to be addressed in the future. You may also want to consider having a pool inspection if you’re selling your home. This will help you get ahead of any surprises if you will be placing your home on the market.

2. What Exactly Does a Pool Inspector Do?

Along with identifying any problems with the pool, a pool inspector will also advise of any necessary repairs that need to be made. Once the inspection is completed, you’ll receive a full written report within 24 hours that includes details of the inspection, photos taken by the inspector, equipment that may need to be replaced, and repairs that need to be completed.

3. What Equipment Does a Pool Inspector Check?

A professional pool inspector should check the following areas of your pool:

  • Exterior including railings, ladders, and diving boards
  • Water levels such as chlorine, calcium, pH, and alkalinity
  • Pool equipment like filters, motors, pumps, timers, and heaters
  • Safety controls and electrical equipment

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Contact us today to request a free quote for a pool inspection by calling (281) 484-8318. We also provide home inspections, mold inspections, stucco inspections, and more throughout Austin, Round Rock, and all nearby areas.

Source: Williams, Ebonee. “Should You Get a Pool Inspection? A Guide for Homeowners.” Web article. Angi. 13 Oct. 2021. Web 01 Aug. 2022.