Buying a home with a pool seems exciting on paper, but it can be a costly mistake if the pool was not properly maintained or installed. Rather than buying a house with a built-in headache, you should get a pool inspection to identify potential problems on the property. In this guide, we provide some pool inspection tips for homebuyers so you do not have to worry about making a bad investment.
At PoolMax, we don’t rely on over the counter shock when we service your pool. The chemicals we use are commercial grade and for good reason. Some of the chemicals you buy at the big box stores don’t have the same concentration or power that are in ours. This is important to you as you don’t want to spend money on chemicals that only halfway fix your pool sanitation.