We know that buying a home with a pool can mean not being sure if the pool has been taken care of by the previous owners.  However, with a Pool Inspection from Bay Reef Pools, LLC, you’ll be able to know about any potential issues with your new home’s pool before you sign any papers!

Why You Need a Professional Pool Inspection

Having your pool inspected means having an experienced pro looking at every aspect of its condition. We’ll examine every part of a pool from the deck to the deep end, so you’ll have a visual diagnosis of its condition from a trusted source. In addition to looking at the condition of a pool, Bay Reef Pools, LLC is ready to make sure it meets all local safety requirements to avoid any surprise code violations.


Although we tend to price projects on a case by case basis, this is a guide to the services and projects we offer to our clients.

What does Bay Reef Pools, LLC check during a Pool Inspection?

During our inspection, Bay Reef Pools, LLC will check:

  • Visible appearance of the tile, deck, and coping.
  • Deck equipment condition.
  • Water Chemistry.
  • Safety equipment condition.
  • Pump and motor condition.
  • Booster pump condition if necessary.
  • Pool filtration condition.
  • Pool heater condition.
  • Lighting and electrical condition.
  • Pool valves functionality.

At the conclusion of our inspection, you will receive a detailed pool inspection report containing all of the information that was observed.  This will provide you a detailed overview of your pool’s condition and warn you of any potential repairs that need to be made.  With our help you will have peace of mind knowing that your new pool won’t be more troubles than it is fun.