Inspection of Pools in Gainesville GA
Your Local Pool Inspector in the Gainesville GA area
Did you hear about Atlanta Pool Inspection from your neighbors or realtor in Gainesville GA? Many people have because our pool inspector is a favorite in the area. Anywhere you travel around Gainesville, you may have unknowingly seen our pool inspector traveling down Park Hill Dr, John W Morrow Jr Parkway, Browns Bridge Rd, Athens Highway, Thompson Bridge Rd and more . When you need a Gainesville GA premier pool inspection expert, call Atlanta Pool Inspection at (770) 561-4265.
Throughout Gainesville GA and in the surrounding area, many homes in beautiful neighborhoods are graced with unique custom pools, including such residential areas as Ambra Cove, Banks Mountain, Botany Woods, Cain Sourwood Appleby, Chattahoochee Landing, Chestatee Landing, Dixie Hills, Fran Mar Heights, Cherokee Forrest, Lakeshore Heights, Lamplighter Cove, White Post on Lake Lanier, and more. Before closing on a new home, home buyers should make sure an expert pool inspector does a thorough assessment of the pool system. When our pool inspector performs an inspection, any existing deficiencies are detailed in a pool inspection report that is sent to all authorized parties. With the help of a pool inspection report, homebuyers know which pool repairs are needed, if any, prior to closing on the home.
Gainesville GA is in Hall County and has a population of about 33,800. Gainesville is nicknamed the “Poultry Capital of the World.” The Red Rabbit is a bus transit system in Gainesville that has three routes and 130 stops throughout the city. The 1996 Atlanta Olympics rowing and kayaking medal competitions were held in Gainesville.
Expert Pool Inspection & Detailed Report
A pool is a popular amenity that increases a home’s value. More importantly, a pool provides friends and family with a great setting for fun, exercise, and unforgettable memories. The enjoyment of a pool can be diminished, however, when there are unexpected costs to repair the pool system. Homebuyers can avoid this situation by scheduling an expert pool inspection prior to closing on the home.
The realtor, home inspector, or homeowner usually schedules an inspection by our fully qualified pool inspector. Every aspect of the pool is assessed during an inspection, to determine the current condition of the entire pool system. Decking, attached spas, and pool equipment and automation are included in an inspection.
A thorough walk-around of the pool area is one element of a general pool inspection, and there is also testing of all equipment. Systematic testing is done of every component, including chemical and salt levels, drains, loose fittings, spa blowers, electrical or plumbing problems, safety risks, timers, broken or leaking pipes, the pool interior (vinyl, plaster, or pebble liner surfaces), pool tile, pool lights, gates, coping, heaters, filters, enclosures, decks, pool controls, and more. A report is written and delivered to all authorized parties, after completion of the inspection. The pool inspection report reflects any existing problems, such as damaged drains, broken equipment, or signs of excessive wear and tear. Many of the problems discovered during testing of the equipment are not apparent when conducting a simple walk-through. Issues are monetized, so that the possible costs of repair are immediately known by homeowners and homebuyers. Upon request, homeowners are provided with referrals and advice.
Pool School Bonus!
An after-sale Pool School Bonus is offered to new homeowners with pools in the Gainesville GA area, courtesy of local real estate offices. It’s really an unheard of perk in the pool inspection industry. New homeowners schedule the session at a time convenient to them. Our pool inspector spends, on average, a couple of hours familiarizing pool and spa owners with how their system works, how to clean the pool, and how to test and balance the water. This service is especially helpful to new pool owners. Even those who have owned a pool before benefit because every pool is unique and requires its own particular maintenance.
Un-Biased Pool Inspection in the Gainesville GA area
Another important benefit homeowners get from Atlanta Pool Inspection is non-biased service. Our pool inspector is concerned with two things only, those being conducting a thorough pool and/or spa inspection and preparing a report that details any problem issues. Other companies offering “inspections” also offer major pool repairs, but this is considered a conflict of interest and upselling. We don’t offer heavy-duty repairs at Atlanta Pool Inspection. We are fair to everyone, and we are happy to offer non-biased service. For the convenience of homeowners, we will recommend reliable companies that specialize in the pool and spa solutions that are needed.
Have Your Realtor or Home Inspector Call Atlanta Pool Inspection
Working with Gainesville GA real estate agents is something we truly enjoy at Atlanta Pool Inspection because we are helping home sales transactions to go more smoothly. Homebuyers should always know everything possible about a home prior to inspection. Home inspections are routinely scheduled, but sometimes parties involved don’t realize that a pool is not included in a basic home inspection. It’s important to have an expert pool inspector, since a casual walk-through of the pool area does not reveal many of the potential problems that may exist with a pool system. All pool systems are unique and can be quite complex. Many home inspectors in Gainesville GA routinely refer their clients to our fully qualified pool inspector at Atlanta Pool Inspection.