This is a Encinitas pool inspection that was performed for a prospective buyer. They wanted to have a complete understanding of the swimming pool and spa. This includes looking for any problems that might be safety or structural concerns along with any pool repairs needed. The buyer also wanted to have a better understanding on how the pool and spa operates and what is needed to keep them in good working order. By the end of the Encinitas pool inspection, this customer was comfortable with what was needed and felt good about the overall condition of the swimming pool and spa.
Below we will show pictures and explain what we found at this specific Encinitas pool inspection. Everything Swimming Pools offers these services because we are a licensed swimming pool contractor that specializes in pool remodeling and pool restoration. We are not just a backyard pool service company. Whenever you are thinking of buying a home with a swimming pool or spa, always make sure to have a professional pool inspection performed. We often find that when they are not, the buyer usually gets stuck with some unexpected costs due to damage or necessary repairs.
Encinitas pool inspection details
The pool surfaces at this particular Encinitas pool inspection were in good condition overall. The plaster was in fair condition though due to water chemistry or age had cosmetic issues. The issue is that the pool plaster has started losing it’s original color. This can be due to age though, if it is due to the conditioner levels in the water, it may also be causing damage. When the conditioner levels are to high, the plaster pool surface is compromised. The pool coping was a solid natural stone and was in good structural condition. The pool tile was also a solid natural stone and was solid. It did not have any loose, cracked or missing pieces. The swimming pool manual water fill and the pool skimmer were also in good working order.
The pool equipment at this Encinitas pool inspection was older except for the electrical system for the pool, spa, booster pump and lighting. The pool filter pump was a newer variable speed pool pump that was self operating without any automated controller. It did not show any signs of leaking. The spa booster pump was older, but had no signs of leaking. The pool filter was older and had some signs of breaking down but, was in good working order. The spa and pool heater was also the same age as the rest of the pool equipment, but was in good working order. The only issue we found with the pool heater was that the screen was really faint and hard to read.
At the end of the day, this is one of the few pool inspections that we have performed recently that has had a clean bill of health. Most of the time with our pool inspection process, we find that there are some if not many issues to be concerned about. It is always nice to give the prospective buyer that peace of mind about the swimming pool. After all, it is a large financial aspect of the overall property and value of the home.
We offer Encinitas pool inspection services along with pool inspections for all other San Diego County areas. If you have any questions or want to schedule a pool inspection, we can help. And if you want to read more, click on the link for the Encinitas pool inspection information.
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