If you’re looking at buying or selling a home with a swimming pool, you may want to consider hiring Pool Inspectors of Georgia for our swimming pool inspection service. We offer quality and professional pool inspections to ensure that your pool is in good shape and safe to use at all times. All our inspectors have the necessary qualifications and certifications to conduct thorough pool and spa inspection services for residential clients.
The following are some of the benefits you will get for using our pool inspections services in Greater Atlanta:
- Competitive pricing.
- Fast and reliable service.
- Leak confirmation in less than 15 minutes.
- Extensive certifications.
- Free, no-obligation quotes.
Leak Detection Analysis
We use noninvasive techniques and a proprietary scientific process to identify whether your pool has a leak that is not visible. We can even identify if the leak happens more with the pump on or when the pump is off. We use patented tools and proprietary methods for analyzing a leaking pool on any system. Our clients count on us to identify leaking water vessels fast and efficiently so that they never pay a high water bill again.
We do not compromise on our investment in the tools, equipment, and training so that we can identify any leaking pool in the most rapid and efficient way possible, every time.
Plaster Problems and Structural Issues
Cracks in pools can be very expensive to repair, and must be taken seriously. Cracks can be caused by the ground settling, weak or badly reinforced walls, bad or lack of retaining walls, and many other issues. A cracked pool structure can cause two major problems. At first, it creates water loss that will cost a lot of money. Worse than that it washes out the soil around the pool, causing further damage to the overall pool structure.
Pool Inspectors of Georgia will examine the plaster check for any etching, cracking, or any other signs of wear or damage that will need to be repaired.
Pool Inspectors of Georgia will look at the tile and coping to determine if any are missing, delaminated, or have structural cracks that are evident.
Drain Cover Inspection
Pool Inspectors of Georgia will check your main drain covers to make sure they are compliant with the Federal requirement of the Virginia-Graeme Baker Act. This very important safety requirement was put into place in 2008 and is highly recommended to be brought up to code for safety against suction entrapment, limb entrapment, and many other entrapment possibilities. Not only does Pool Inspectors of Georgia know the codes, but we also have trained instructors on staff who teach other swimming pool professionals in the state of Georgia.
Decks, Fences & Gate Inspection
Pool Inspectors of Georgia will inspect your decks for cracking, settling, surface delamination, tripping hazards, and many more details of the deck to make sure there are no costly expenses that will be needed.
We will also check your fencing and gates to make sure they are code-compliant, with self-locking and latching gates, correct height, proper gate swing direction, and many other requirements.
Equipment and Electrical Inspection
Pool Inspectors of Georgia will inspect all of your equipment including all pumps, filters, lights, sanitizing systems, command centers, heaters, valves, and any other piece of equipment related to your swimming pool or hot tub.
Gas heaters are extremely dangerous. Do you know if your heater is clean and operational with a properly plumbed gas line and sediment trap? If you’re not sure, give us a call at (770) 342-8820.
Do the lights work and have the proper breakers? Lights are a huge safety issue in a pool or spa and should be confirmed to be wired properly with the proper breakers.
Is your overall electrical system safe and up to code according to the National Electrical Code, with the proper wiring, conduit, connections, and GFCI breakers? Is all the necessary equipment bonded? Pool Inspectors of Georgia knows the electrical system requirements to make your pool safe and code-compliant.
Does the plumbing need repair from cracks or leaks? We will find out and let you know in our inspection report.