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Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC

Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC

Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC

A pool can be a magnificent addition to a house.  Many hours are spent with family and friends in a pool.  But just like a house, a poorly maintained or old pool can end up being a nightmare rather than a part of your dream home. 

If the house you’re interested in purchasing has a pool, get a great value with your home inspection by adding our Pool and Spa Inspection.  Allow HelloPro Home Inspections to identify problems of poorly maintained pools that can be costly to restore or repair later on. 

Our pool and spa inspections are detailed, but not exhaustive. Pool & Spa Inspections protect your investment whether it’s an in-ground or above-ground swimming pool, spa or hot tub season after season.

Whether you’re about to purchase a new property or already have a pool of your own, getting regular pool and spa inspections can save you time, money and headaches later on. 

Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC


Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC
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Frequently Asked Questions

Trained InterNACHI Certified inspectors examine your pool and spa in two parts: visually and mechanically. The visual pool and spa inspection includes looking over pool equipment, electrical supply (including pool lighting) and any safety issues immediately surrounding the pool and pool deck. The mechanical pool and spa inspection monitors most important equipment as it runs.

Other common components of a pool and spa inspection include:

  • Skimmer
  • Filter
  • Permanently installed pool covers.
  • Heater (Note: If the pool heater is a gas unit, it will not be tested if the pilot light is not lit.)
  • Venting
  • Pressure gauge
  • Supply lines
  • Blower
  • Time-based controls
  • Evidence of corrosion in saltwater pools
  • Anti-drowning safety measures 

While a pool, spa or hot tub can be an enjoyable luxury that brings value to your home, it can also become an ongoing money pit costing you a lot if issues are left unchecked.

Keeping a committed routine maintenance and inspection schedule will go a long way in keeping your pool or spa in top condition. Appropriately applying chemical treatments to safely operating heating and electrical systems, there are a lot of moving parts that work together for your swimming pool or hot tub. It’s important to hire a professional for regular inspections to help prevent — or identify – problems before they become a costly issue.

And if you’re purchasing a new home or an older property with a pool, it pays to understand what you’re getting into before you get to closing. Some issues may only be minor, while other issues can be significant and cost you far more than you ever anticipated. Trust a trained inspector before negotiating the final terms of the sale.

HelloPro inspectors often discover one or more of the following:

  • Dirty filters.
  • Equipment leaks.
  • Unveil water levels indicating geological issues.
  • No anti-vortex drain covers.
  • Damaged or missing lights.
  • Bad or missing (GFCIs) ground-fault circuit interrupters.
  • Improperly installed junction boxes or old-style junction boxes.
  • Deteriorated or damaged heaters.
  • Improperly vented heaters.
  • Deteriorated or damaged shell or plaster.
  • Improperly bonded metal around the pool.
  • Non-compliance with pool and spa anti-drowning safety features.

By working with a certified pool inspector, issues like these won’t come as a surprise down the road.


  • Any test that requires draining pool.
  • Concealed Items (ex. Rebar, underground plumbing).
  • Pool body and decorative components such as tile, paint, and special coatings.
  • All underground piping and electrical, and leak detection of non-visible plumbing.
  • Chemical and water treatment systems, including the chemical conditions of the water in the pool/spa.
  • Sizing, adequacy of pool equipment.
  • Projections of life expectancy or future performance of any equipment, system, structure or component.
  • Determining compliance with installation guidelines, regulations, covenants, or other restrictions, including:
    • The issuance of permits.
    • Adequacy of solar panels or the mounting thereof.
    • All Diving boards and/or slides.
    • Programming computerized control systems.
    • Manual operation of valves.

All other Limitations, Exceptions, Exclusions as set forth in the Standard Pool Inspection Agreement. 

Swimming pools and spas are heavy on the fun, but with that fun comes additional maintenance and potential hazards to consider. By opting for a swimming pool inspection, you’re making maintenance, repairs and safety a priority.

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Pool Inspections Near Greenville, SC


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Limited Warranties Explained
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A Participating InterNACHI® Certified Inspector


HelloPro Home Inspections, LLC. is a participating InterNACHI® Certified Inspector.  If a HelloPro Inspector misses anything on your inspection, InterNACHI® will buy your home back!  It is through our affiliation with InterNACHI® that we are proud to include a Home Buy-Back Guarantee with every Standard and PLUS Package Inspection we do; not all InterNACHI® Certified Inspectors participate in this program.

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