A swimming pool can be one of the most enjoyable assets in a home and it can be the place your family and friends share some of the best times of their lives.
Great Valley Pool Service offers Professional Pool Inspections. You’ll want to buy your next home knowing exactly what you are getting into. Unless you’re a pool expert yourself, it is a good idea to engage a professional pool service company to conduct a thorough inspection. GVPS has been in business for nearly 25 years and have experience with a wide variety of pools and the many problems that can happen with them over the years. You pay for the inspection, so get one you can rely on.
Don’t Rely on a Home Inspector. Some buyers assume that a home inspector will evaluate the pool, however they rarely do. Even if they offer pool inspections, many home inspectors do not have the required expertise to evaluate a pool. In fact, you may find that most of the home inspection reports will actually include a disclaimer covering the pool.
Pools Have Complex Equipment. Beyond inspecting the actual pool, the pumps, heaters, filters and all major mechanical and electrical equipment will be checked for proper operation. The lights, cleaners and plumbing will also be inspected, in addition to all deck equipment and items in the pool such as handrails, ladders, slides and diving boards. Decking surfaces, safety covers and the hardware that secures them will be evaluated for condition and longevity.
Upon completion of the inspection you will receive a detailed report of findings. Should you wish to use GVPS to remedy any issues found, we will be happy to provide you with a no-obligation estimate for any repairs.
To speak with someone about your pool inspection, please call 610-889-0711.
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