Pool Inspection in Greater Charlotte

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Know Before You Buy

Pools can have many safety issues and expensive repairs.
If you are getting a home with a pool, know that they come with many potential safety issues. Pool components can also be expensive to repair. It is very important to have not just the pool and components inspected, but also the fencing, electrical, decking and any structures around the pool inspected as well.
Allow our expert inspectors to give you the peace of mind that your family will be safe, and you will have a swimming pool to enjoy for years to come without any major concerns.

Schedule a Pool Inspection

A pool inspection is well worth the investment so you can be protected from any unwanted surprises down the road. At LunsPro, we are truly dedicated to our customers from the initial inspection to the future sale of that very same home.

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When Should You Get a Pool Inspection?

Pools bring a lot of joy to your home and your family and friends. They can be great entertainment for kids, adults, and even dogs! But if you're thinking about buying a home with a pool, it's extremely important to hire a pool inspector. You certainly don't want to inherit someone else's problem because of the decisions the previous homeowner made or ignored.


Here's when you should consider getting a pool inspection:

  • Anytime when buying a home!

  • When selling a home (if you want to get ahead of any potential issues)

  • If you're concerned about your pool's condition

For homeowners with an existing pool, here are some things you can check to determine if you need to hire a professional:

  • Check the equipment to make sure everything is secure and properly working.

  • Look out for any leaks or cracks to the foundation or liner.

  • Make sure all safety features are secure.

  • Check the decking to make sure it drains properly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q Why get a pool inspection?


First and foremost, to check for any safety issues, which there are potentially many with pools. Second, to have the peace of mind that you won't have to replace any expensive components after purchasing the home. For homeowners about to sell a home, it is very important to get a pool inspection to allow you to fix any concerns that may cause buyers to walk away from the purchase.

Q What are you inspecting on a pool inspection?


We are going to ensure all motors and pumps are working, and verify the age of them as well. We will be testing timers, heaters, and light fixtures. Most importantly, we will be testing to ensure the electrical components are all in working condition and safe. This includes wires being properly grounded, proper safety controls and GFCIs are in place. We will be looking at fencing around the pool to make sure it is safe as well. And obviously the overall condition of the swimming pool. We will also be inspecting any decking for safety concerns.

Q Do I need to have my pool house or any other structures near the pool inspected?


We do this as well, and YES, this is very important. This will be an additional charge, but once again, it will give you the peace of mind that it is safe and no major issues.

Q Can I pool inspection without a home inspection?


Absolutely! We offer stand alone pool inspections. We recommend these for someone that had a home inspection done by a company that didn't offer this service, or if you are about to sell a home, and want to make sure everything is good for the sale.

Q Will the Pool inspection report be seperate from my home inspection report?


Your pool inspection will be in the same report as your home inspection. Our top of the line inspection software makes it very easy for you to go through any callouts or just basic information on the report.

Q What Does a Pool Inspection Look Like?


Walk Around: The inspection will begin with a walk around the pool, looking for any issues with the pool deck, the coping, and the mastic that connects the two.

Security Check: Next the inspector will check safety features. They will make sure the fence is secure and the gates latch properly.

Damage Check: The inspector will check the pool liner and foundation for any leaks, cracks, or other damage. Pool Hardware: All drains, lights, handrails, and ladders will be checked to be sure they are properly installed and safely in place. Pool Equipment: Finally, the inspector will check the filters, pumps, heaters, plumbing, timers, and any other electrical components.

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