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When you think of a swimming pool or spa, you likely think of taking a refreshing dip on a hot day or relaxing after an honest day’s work. And while pools are as much about enjoyment as they are about relaxation during the warm weather months, they can quickly turn from anything but if they’re not cared for properly over time. Yes, while swimming pools are an ideal amenity, they also come with their fair share of maintenance that you’ll need to perform over time – and it’s why you need to make safety a priority for anyone who is going to be using it. That’s where we come in. As experienced and trained swimming pool and spa electrical inspectors, we’ll make sure that your amenities aren’t lacking any key and crucial safety aspects so you can have peace of mind that it can be appropriately enjoyed. Here’s a closer look at our pool and spa inspection services and some of the common issues that we often encounter.

The Importance of Pool and Spa Inspection

Though swimming pools and spas are all about fun and enjoyment, if they’re not managed correctly they can also become a big safety liability. It’s why specially trained inspectors should always be called upon to inspect any pool annually to ensure it meets or exceeds today’s safety standards. That’s where we can help. As experienced professionals in pool and spa inspection, we’ll thoroughly inspect your pool and verify that it meets today’s standards. If it doesn’t, we’re happy to work with you to help you understand where it’s lacking safety-wise and what you can do to ensure that it’s safe for use.



You should never be surprised when your electrician delivers your bill. Before we perform services, we make sure to review your electrical needs and the proposed cost of those repairs. Our customers repeatedly report that our prices are not only competitive but also fair and honest. We never recommend repairs you don’t need, and we guarantee our upfront pricing principles.


What We Include in Pool Inspections

There’s both a visual and mechanical aspect to pool inspections – and we’re able to handle both. Specifically, one of the most overlooked aspects of a swimming pool inspection is the electrical supply and the lighting. In fact, some of the most common issues that we often see when performing these inspections are the likes of missing or damaged lights, poorly installed or outdated electrical boxes, and a lack of ground-fault circuit interrupters. While these electrical issues may not be what initially comes to mind when you think of a pool inspection, they’re just as – if not more – important than ensuring that all other aspects of a pool are up to state and local codes.

In addition to thoroughly inspecting the lights and electrical system powering your pool or spa, other aspects of a pool and spa inspection include:

  • Heater
  • Pressure
  • Supply Lines
  • Blower
  • Damage or corrosion
  • Safety measures on the deck around the pool


For more information on our swimming pool and spa inspection services, contact us today. Swimming pools and spas are great amenities that can offer lots of fun – but they don’t come without the responsibility of making sure they’re safe and in compliance with local regulations. Contact us today for more information.
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