It’s very common for California homes to have pools and spas on the property. While homeowners undoubtedly enjoy the relaxing benefits of these amenities, the repairs they sometimes require can cost anywhere from hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars. United Property Inspectors, Inc. helps clients to understand what costly issues they may be facing by offering pool and spa inspections. We’ll walk through some reasons you need to have one of these inspections before you complete any real estate transaction, as well as what is involved.
Imagine getting to the final stages of a real estate transaction, only to discover a problem with the pool or spa. That could delay the negotiations or even bring them to a complete halt. Before you list your home or make an offer on another one, you’ll need to make sure the pool involved won’t become a costly problem for you or the new homeowners. Not to mention, there are many components to a pool that could potentially be dangerous if not properly maintained.
Be Proactive with a Pool Inspection
What Does a Pool Inspection Involve?United Property Inspectors, Inc. will perform a 22-point pool inspection that can either be bundled with a general inspection, or completed as a stand-alone inspection. When we evaluate your pool or spa, we will assess the integrity of the structure, heating, filtering, pumping, draining, decking, and much more. Our quick turnaround will allow you to have the information you need so that negotiations can stay on track.
Schedule Your Pool Inspection Today
At United Property Inspectors, we inspect to a higher standard so you can have peace of mind. Besides pool and spa inspections, we offer comprehensive home inspections, commercial inspections, and more. Contact us today at (916) 788-1111 to schedule your inspection. We inspect homes and commercial buildings in Sacramento, Rocklin, Roseville, and nearby areas.