Swimming pools and spas may be more common in some areas of the country like California and Florida, but there’s not a state in this country that doesn’t have them. Even though in most cases swimming pools and spas go beyond the accepted standards of practice and defined scope of a home inspection, clients who are buying a home that includes a swimming pool or spa would prefer (and in many cases expect) their home inspector to at least perform a cursory inspection on those home components. The swimming pool or spa may be an important motivating factor in the buyer’s decision to purchase that property, and the more important that pool is to the client, the more likely they will want information regarding the condition of the pool.
Swimming Pool and Spa Inspection Course Demo Video
This course is designed to teach home inspectors what they need to know in order to perform swimming pool and spa inspections as part of a typical home inspection. Students will learn about vital components to the swimming pool such as pumps, heaters, and filters. We also cover safety standards such fences, locks, covers, and safety glass. Most importantly you’ll learn how to report on swimming pool safety issues and educate your clients about the condition of their pool or spa and any defects associated with them.
The swimming pool and spa inspection course is included free of charge for students who enroll in our online home inspection course or any of our classroom home inspection training courses. Individuals not enrolled in our home inspection course can enroll in the swimming pool and spa inspection course separately for $100 by calling us at (888)374-4096.