Mazza Swimming Pool Inspection Company is one of the only swimming pool inspection companies in Los Angeles. We’ve performed literally thousands of swimming pool inspections of all types throughout Los Angeles and surrounding cities. Although our clientele include pool builders, home owners and even other home inspectors. The majority of the inspections we perform, are for home buyers.
Leak detection is an essential component in the second phase of swimming pool inspection. In most cases, swimming pool leak detection is necessary when the pool or spa is obviously damaged or, there is water loss at a rate higher than what typical evaporation would support. In general, however, many people simply choose to have their swimming pool tested for piece of mind.
65% of all swimming pools leak within their first 20 years.CalTech
- What is a swimming pool inspection?
- Who Performs an Inspection?
- How Long are swimming pool inspections?
Swimming Pool Inspections
Just the FAQs
Inspections Are Not Required
First thing to remember when it comes to all inspections whether its home, chimney, roof or pool, they are all voluntary. In other words, they are not necessary to complete the transaction and take possession of the property. That said, however, it would be difficult for me to ever advice anyone to purchase a home without getting ALL of the aforementioned inspections. In fact, if I were buying a home and knowing what I know about how homes perform, I’d get even more inspections than these.
Be that as it may, the swimming pool much like a roof or chimney is really it’s own entity and as a result, requires a specialist to evaluate. Sure anyone can look at the swimming pool and its condition and make comments. But only a specialist who’s actually built, repaired and serviced pools are capable to understanding the subtle nuances a pool can have, which may lead to trouble.
Can I Use A Certified Swimming Pool Inspector Or home Inspector?
In a word, yes. As a home buyer there are no rules to who you can use for your inspections, thats California. There are no certifications in California to perform any inspections associated with a home. For this reason, just be careful. Make sure that the person who you choose to perform your Los Angeles swimming pool inspection is at the very least a contractor or even a swimming pool service and repairman.
Inspections For Pool Safety
Our swimming pool inspections are safety centric. We inspect the pools systems such as the pool circulation system, filters, pumps, valves, piping, electrical system, barrier system. Our pool inspections will include a breakdown of costs associated with some of the most significant issues discovered. Mazza Swimming Pool Inspection company works exclusively for the home buyer and acts as a disinterested third party.
All inspectors must comment on the new SB 442 laws associated with all swimming pools. There are up to 7 or more safety components associated with a swimming pool that ALL inspection companies must comment and inspect, according to this law. Furthermore, to not inspect these items is a great liability to the buyer. Much like these safety components we also have items equally important such as lighting safety and bonding safety.
How Much Are Pool or Spa Inspections?
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What’s Included In An Inspection?
Negative edge pool
Pop up cleaning system
Heaters and more…
Swimming Pool Inspection Report and Repairs
All things considered, the swimming pool inspection report is probably the most important component to the entire swimming pool inspection process. Ultimately, the swimming pool inspection report is where the issues will be played out systematically in accordance with their importance. Obviously a really good inspection report is essential in helping you to receive repairs or concessions for repairs. Contrast this to a really bad report which may not support any findings with specificity or substance.
Swimming Pool Repairs
Indeed, many people ask whether or not we do repairs on swimming pools which we inspect. The answer is no. We are strictly a third party inspection firm. This is to say we feel having a neutral disinterested third part inspect the swimming pool, who does not perform repairs will thus, allow us to form unbiased opinions without the fear of trying to get work for ourselves.