Commercial Pool Decking Inspections
When most people consider what it takes to maintain their commercial pool, they are concerned with the maintenance of the swimming pool’s plaster, electrical equipment, and water chemistry. However, maintaining a commercial pool also requires caring for the decking and surrounding areas, both to ensure that the pool is in top working condition, and to verify that the decking and surrounding areas are safe for those using the pool. If you are the owner or manager of a commercial swimming pool, having your pool decking inspected is vital to the health and safety of your pool’s guests, and to the well-being of your business.
Pool Decking Inspections for Commercial Pools
Our commercial pool decking inspections are exhaustive and detailed. Not only will our inspectors thoroughly inspect your commercial pool, decking, and equipment, they will also provide you with an estimate for the necessary repairs, and give you a heads up on issues that may develop in your commercial pool area. In many states, commercial pools must be inspected annually. Our inspectors are familiar with the laws and safety codes for your particular area, and can help you stay ahead of the legal requirements for running a commercial pool.
Our inspections are ideal for any of the following commercial pools:
- High school and college pools
- Community center pools
- Country club and athletic club pools
- Hotel and motel pools
- Apartment and condominium complex pools
Risk Management for Pool Decking
When you hire an inspector from Swimming Pool Inspection Services, you are getting years of experience in every inspection. We work with only the most established swimming pool contractors and engineers, most of whom have over 20 years of experience in swimming pool contracting and engineering. When inspecting pool decking, it is important to ensure that the foundation of the pool and the ground around it are in good condition. If an engineering report is required, we have expert engineers who can not only inspect the decking and prepare a full report, but can also explain to you exactly what repairs may be required for your commercial pool.
We believe that the best way to prevent damage and injuries is to perform inspections annually. This can help you get ahead of any issues that may be likely to arise with your commercial facility. Furthermore, many insurance companies already require annual inspections. Having an annual inspection of the pool decking, pool, and equipment will ensure that your pool is in good working condition, and will give you and your guests peace of mind while using the pool.