Placement & Protection

Phase 1 consists of determining the placement of the pool or spa to rule out any safety hazards. This Includes fencing, gates, screen enclosure, proximity to electrical wires, location of electrical outlets and placement to the home. 

Vessel & Coping

Inspection includes the pool and deck surface condition (cracks, discoloration, and pitting) and the coping surrounding the pool area (open joints, cracking). Drains are also inspected for the presence of anti-vortex covers for safety concerns. 

Equipment

Includes the Inspection of pool/spa lights, the presence of GFCI devices, junction box condition & location, pumps, filters, piping, timers, disconnects, heaters, controls, accessories, skimmers and the examination of electrical bonding. 

Equipment Operation

The Inspection process also includes the operation of the pump, proper skimming, verifying the functionality of the filtration system, heater activation, filter pressure and the operation of the spa blower.

Full Report on the Condition of Your Pool

Upon completion of the four phase inspection, a detailed report will be generated. The report will include a summary of our findings and include general maintenance tips and also identify areas in need of attention. These added value tips will help you to understand how to make the pool functional and reasonable to upkeep. Our comprehensive report enables you to become confident in your purchase decision and look forward to endless weekends in your new backyard.

Review your report with your inspector to get more out of the process. The True Home inspectors are extremely knowledgeable and can help you to better understand the findings of the pool inspection. This gives you the opportunity to make the best decisions on your new pool or spa going forward.