Are you in the market for a new home in Delray? Are you looking at homes with pools? Then it’s time you contacted Palm Beach Pool Doctor, Inc. for a pool inspection. Our pool inspectors are trained in the complex engineering that goes into pool construction. They know the ins and outs of pool maintenance. And if a pool needs repairing, they’re expert problem solvers. All this to say, the pool inspectors at Palm Beach Pool Doctor, Inc. know pools like the back of their hand.
What many people fail to realize is that when purchasing a home with a pool, it’s important to hire a certified pool inspector. Regular home inspectors often don’t know where to start with a pool. That leaves you open to the risk of watching your investment disappear down the drain, with an empty, unusable pool. Balancing both a knowledge of pool inspection and many years of practical experience maintaining pools, Palm Beach Pool Doctor, Inc. is the first choice for pool inspections in Delray.
Pools typically cost between $30,000 and $60,000. That’s a lot of money. Especially when you can get a new kitchen for between $5,000 and $20,000 or a new roof for around $10,000. Pools are a big investment, well beyond most other remodeling projects.
So why would you allow a regular property inspector to inspect your pool for an extra 50 bucks? They’ll go through every other part of your house with an eye for the smallest detail. But when they get to your pool, it’s a quick once over. You need to ensure that your investment is safe. To do that you need a certified pool inspector like the pros at Palm Beach Pool Doctor, Inc..
We take in every detail of the pool. Beginning with the fence that surrounds the pool, we check to make sure it’s high enough to prevent a child from climbing over or any holes that would allow access. Although this is not necessary in every case, it is very highly recommended—both for peace of mind and insurance.
Then we check to make sure there are no obstructions around the deck. We check the pool coping and the mastic. We measure the pool to figure out how much water it can hold, what size it is. We look for any cracks, stains, or other damages that reduce the value of the pool. If it’s a vinyl lined pool, we look for cracks or tears in the lining.
We also check the mechanical parts. There’s the filter which needs to be functioning properly. The drains, suction covers, and other anti-entrapment devices need to be cleaned out and inspected. We look for evidence that the pool has been properly maintained since it was built. The drains are a good place to start for that because they collect all the stuff that falls in and should be cleaned out by the owner. And don’t forget about the jets, the heater, the pump, the ladders, and the diving board.
As you can see, pools require a trained eye to assess their condition. Hire Palm Beach Pool Doctor, Inc. for all your pool inspection needs in Delray.
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