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Pool Inspection: What is Checked and Why You Need One

A pool inspection is a great way to ensure the health and safety of your swimming pool. But more importantly, it ensures the health and safety of those in the pool. When you schedule a routine pool inspection during swimming season, you can rest easy knowing that essential checks are made to test your pool’s water and health level.

If you don’t yet have an experienced pool inspection service testing your water, we invite you to contact Guardian Angel Inspections. We proudly serve Palm Beach County and will be happy to provide our expertise to keep you and your loved ones safe. Please give us a call today to schedule your next pool inspection. And in the meantime, we’d like to share some things that we look for when we inspect pools, as well as the benefits of doing so and more. 

What Are the Benefits of a Pool Inspection?

A pool inspection is a great way to keep your family and friends safe. You can determine if there are any potential safety issues with your pool that could pose a risk to your health or the health of others. It’s important to have a thorough and professional pool inspection so you know what needs to be done in order for your pool to stay safe.

What Does a Pool Inspection Look For?

Our inspectors measure the water’s temperature, pH, and chlorine levels. These tests can indicate whether the water is safe for swimming. They also check to see if there are any signs of algae or contamination on the pool walls or floor.

Moreover, a typical Guardian Angel pool inspection examines the following aspects of your swimming pool:

  • Plumbing
  • Heaters
  • Timers
  • Pumps
  • Filters
  • Other electrical components

In addition, our inspector looks for any leaks in the pool that could cause damage to your house. If you’re not sure about what kind of inspection you need for your pool, contact Guardian Angel Inspections today. Our comprehensive approach to pool inspections ensures that nothing gets overlooked.

How Often Should I Inspect My Pool?

Inspecting your pool is important because it helps you understand what to do if there are any issues. Inspecting your pool at least once a year is recommended, but it really is up to you. Depending on your use of the pool, you may want to schedule inspections more often. It’s important to know how often you should inspect your pool because it can be costly to have repairs done on a regular basis.

What Happens if My Pool Is Not Safe?

If your pool is not safe, you could be fined. If that’s the case, you might want to reconsider whether or not you should use the pool. This is especially true if you own and operate a public pool. But even private pools are required by law to have the appropriate signage to warn of its potential safety hazards. 

And when it comes to public pools, there are strict regulations on what you can and cannot do with them. For example, there must be signs that state whether a lifeguard is on duty, whether diving is allowed, and that children under 16 should have an adult accompanying them.

Moreover, if your pool isn’t up to code and other people use it and get sick or injured, you could be held liable. What’s more, there are rules about what types of chemicals and disinfectants can be used in a pool during maintenance and cleaning procedures. If those rules are violated, you could also get fined.

This is just one example of how inspectors will inspect your pool before they allow anyone to swim in them. It’s also why it’s so important for everyone who uses swimming pools — whether publically or privately — to have a safety inspection done annually or whenever someone notices issues with it.

A pool inspection is a great way to ensure your pool is safe for you and your family. It can spot any problems before they become a major issue. There are many benefits of having a pool inspection done on a regular basis, so be sure to schedule your pool inspection as soon as possible.

Palm Beach County’s Pool Inspection Specialists

We are Palm Beach County’s pool inspection specialists. If you believe your pool isn’t compliant or safe, call Guardian Angel Inspections today to schedule an inspection.

Our extensive experience ensures that you’re getting a detail-oriented inspection that looks for any potential issues. That way, we can advise you on how to resolve your concerns about a safe and healthy swimming area.

Our comprehensive inspection services ensure the highest level of detail. So call our Palm Beach County pool inspection experts at Guardian Angel Inspections today. You can reach us at (561) 512-7854.

The information in this blog post is for reference only and not legal advice. As such, you should not decide whether to contact a lawyer based on the information in this blog post. Moreover, there is no lawyer-client relationship resulting from this blog post, nor should any such relationship be implied. If you need legal counsel, please consult a lawyer licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.