Pool Inspection

What Skyway Property Inspections will inspect during a Pool Inspection:

  • Safety features that meet local requirements

    • An inspection will determine if a pool complies with local safety regulations, which vary state to state and from municipality to municipality. 
  • Physical conditions of the pool structure, interior, and materials—and the deck

    • Interior Finish
    • Tile
    • Coping
    • Decking
  • Equipment

    • Pump
    • Filter
    • Heater
  • Other features and accessories

    • Pool with a spa
    • Automatic pool cover
    • Automation
    • Remote control and/or remote platform
    • Diving board or slide
    • Water features
    • Infinity edge
    • Multicolor LED lighting
    • Advanced sanitizing technology
  • Equipment systems, infrastructure, and backyard conditions

    • A variety of other conditions and systems can affect an inground swimming pool. An inspection may uncover other issues or factors for you to consider.

By engaging a trained inspector, you will get an expert’s highly valuable advice. You can relax, knowing that any mandated safety features are in place. You will be confident that the physical components are in good shape and that major equipment systems are in working order. Or, you will learn if any structural or mechanical components may need repair, replacement—or in lieu of them, a buyer’s credit in the home purchase price.

Yes, a pool inspection is optional—but it’s a process worth the time and investment. The result will be peace of mind and a new home with a stable, properly functioning backyard resort.

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