If you happen to be lucky enough to find a home with a pool or spa, there are many moving parts and expensive components involved with the daily operation. Many Home Inspectors aren't familiar with pools, or they end up just doing a visual inspection of it at best.
There are many areas that need to be inspected to ensure there are no issues down the road. These ares include visual inspection of the liner and similar parts, steps, skimmers, filters, electrical components, drains, and so on. Aside from all of the moving parts to a pool or spa, there are also safety aspects that need to be up-to-date and in compliance with town code. Technicalities such as fencing, locking gates, pool alarms, distance of pool to house, are just a few of the areas that need to be investigated by a knowledgeable inspector.
Investment Inspection has highly skilled Home Inspectors that are always striving for the latest education and updates. They are extremely knowledgeable in town code and safety compliance. They take their inspections seriously and take the time to do it right. The last thing they want to do is tell you everything is okay and then you end up with a mess on your hands before you can do your first cannonball in your new pool.
As with every single component in a Home Inspection, Investment Inspection's #1 Priority is to not only make sure you're making a good and safe investment, but also an investment that won't leave you with the burden of unexpected costs down the road.
We put you at the advantage by finding the issues before the deal closes, allowing you to put that cost on the seller and negotiate a lower sale price, while securing a safe home for you and your family.
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