Annual Home Maintenance Inspections in Benton, Kentucky and Surrounding Areas
ProCare Home Inspections provides Annual Home Maintenance Inspections in Benton, Paducah, Mayfield, Murray, Cadiz, Eddyville, Princeton, Calvert City, Hickman, Clinton, La Center, Kevil, Wickliffe, Gilbertsville, Farmington, Lowes, Almo, Aurora, Hardin, Fancy Farm, Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, New Concord, Fulton, Sedalia, Hickory, Symsonia, Wingo, Water Valley, Columbus, Arlington, Bardwell, Barlow, Loan Oak, Reidland, Hendron, Grand Rivers, Smithland, Hopkinsville, Fort Campbell, Oak Grove, and surrounding areas. Not sure if that's you? Give us a call at (270) 703-2911 or send us an email.
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Pools Are Great, but There Could Be a Catch
Having a pool or a spa on your property is something many families only dream of. However, all that bliss could come with some major hidden expense. Pools are costly to maintain, and they can be quite expensive to repair — making a pool & spa inspection a great investment.
Inspect Your Pool for Expenses
Pools and, to a lesser extent, spas are complex systems with a lot of moving parts, seals, and other items that wear out over time. Some repairs occur from normal wear and tear while others can show up from poor maintenance or poor installation. Here are some of the more common problems that can be expensive to fix.
POOL & SPA INSPECTION
Don't let a Pool steal your happiness!
Main Pool Structure
Problems with the pool's structure include settling of the ground beneath the pool, cracked walls, worn out linings, and deteriorating surfacing. Resurfacing or repairing the structure of a pool can cost thousands of dollars.
A pool requires several pieces of equipment to function. The most common equipment failures occur with the heater, filter, pump, and motor — the most common component to be replaced. While less expensive than structural problems, replacing or repairing equipment can still cost hundreds of dollars.
Water from the pool is constantly pumped through a series of pipes to reach the filter, heater, and other components. As with all plumbing, this system is prone to leaking. We'll check all of the accessible plumbing for signs of any problems.
Inspect Your Pool for Safety
Owning a pool also comes with certain dangers and a level of liability. It is very important to inspect your pool and the surrounding area to ensure that it is safe at all times. We inspect several safety concerns, including the following:
- Barrier (fencing) and gates
- Electrical systems, including GFCIs
- Steps, ladders, and railings
Items That We Inspect
- Pool Structure, walls, and liner
- Electrical system
- Plumbing system
- Steps, ladders, railing
- Diving board
- Barrier & gates
- Decking or surrounding