Buying a new home with a pool, spa, hot tub or sauna means you will need to have a professional opinion about its current condition. Alternatively, homeowners with no intentions of selling their home can also avoid unnecessary repairs by having their pool, hot tub, spa or sauna inspected by a professional. Unfortunately, an undetected plumbing leak can lead to costly repairs, but a home inspection team can help prevent them.
Why future and current homeowners need outdoor plumbing inspection
Buying a new home is a good time to hire home inspection experts that will give you an unbiased or third-party opinion. Buying a home is not the only time home inspectors are called to inspect pools, saunas, hot tubs and spas. Having outdoor plumbing inspected can be important to current homeowners who need advice from an expert before they sign a contract with a contractor for repairs.
What does a pool inspection cover?
Outside of the dimensions of the pool and the surface condition, a good home inspection team will carefully review all of the motors, filters, electrical equipment, plaster and plumbing.
Get your next pool, spa, hot tub or sauna inspection with us
We are here to help you ensure your next home does not have costly repairs lurking in the outdoor plumbing, and we also help current homeowners. Whether you need a careful inspection of high-tech sauna equipment before you sign on the dotted line for a new home, or just want to know what kind of condition your pool is in, we are happy to schedule an inspection visit with you. Thank you in advance for choosing us, and we look forward to hearing from you.
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