Pool Inspection Service: 50 yrs in Business, We Know Pools & Spas
Why Hire Central Jersey Pools to Perform a Pool Inspection? It takes many years of hands-on experience in pool service for a company to be able to perform a thorough pool inspection. Our technicians receive continuing training on the latest developments and technology in the pool industry, and not only inspect pools but open, close, repair & maintain pools on a regular basis. We are also a State of New Jersey Licensed Electrical Contractor (NJ Reg #13VH01191400). Central Jersey Pools offers an in-home Pool Training Class once you move into your new home. Please refer to our pricing section for details.
Why Do You Need A Pool Inspection?
A Pool Inspection should be performed for the same reasons that you schedule a house or termite inspection. A beautiful-looking pool should not fool you into thinking everything is okay. You need to have piece of mind knowing, for instance, that the pool is properly plumbed, that all equipment, skimmers, lights are working properly, and that GFCI's are properly installed. You need to avoid being caught off guard if costly repairs are needed. A pool inspection is money and time well spent.
What Does Our Pool Inspection Include?
The current condition of all accessible components of the pool, equipment and surrounding environment are evaluated, including a safety checkup of the pool and pool area. We note the condition of the pool walls, coping, stairs, skimmers, diving board, ladders, filter & multiport valve, pump & motor, chlorinator, heater, automatic cleaner, underwater lights, time clock, valves, fencing, decks, winter cover and spa if applicable. A detailed report on the current condition of your pool will be prepared and emailed to you. This report will also include an estimate for any repairs that are needed.
Do We Offer Year-Round Pool Inspections?
Yes. If your inspection is scheduled during warm weather, the current owner should have the pool open and operational. If your inspection is scheduled after the pool has been closed for the season or if the pool was not opened, please make arrangements with the current owner to pump off standing water and remove debris from the pool cover. A separate charge will apply to open the pool before the inspection and to winterize and re-cover the pool after the inspection.