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Having a pool / spa in you own back yard is nice to have to cool off on a hot summer day or to relax in the hot tub on a cool fall evening. But this dream of owning a pool / spa can quickly turn into a night mare if you discover costly repairs that could have been avoided by having the pool and equipment inspected.  If the house you are buying has a pool, get it inspected with the 

Home inspection.  Again, we can save you thousands by identifying items in need of repair and using this to negotiate with the seller.


There is a list of pool items to be inspected per the TREC Standards of Practice. These items include but are not limited to... safety barriers, pool and spa drains, electrical bonding and GFCI protection. Other items to inspect is pump and water furnace function, pool cleaners, pool surface and decking etc... Pools typically need resurfacing every 8 to 10 years.

I have a 30,000 gallon pool in my own back yard and over the years 

have personally, changed out pumps, motors, valves, filters, and water heater / furnace. So not only do I have the pool training, I have hands on working experience to go along with it.

Pool repair companies love customers that have no idea which items are faulty and why it doesn't work.  Better to pay a little now than a lot later. 

For more about pool inspection click here

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