I provide pool inspection services for buyers purchasing a property with a pool as well as existing pool owners throughout the Tri State Area.
Considering the complex nature, staggering costs and inherent safety risks of the typical residential inground pool system, hiring a professional pool inspector may prove to be one of the smartest investments a residential pool owner can make.
Let my well-rounded knowledge help you understand the condition and maintenance needs of your pool. I’ll also help identify any red flags that could be signs of bigger issues down the road.
So before you jump in the deep end, let me come check it out first!
Non-Biased, Inspection Only Firm
I do not offer pool sales or repairs—my only goal is to give you the most accurate information possible regarding the condition of the pool.
I am an ASHI & PHTA Certified Pool Inspector/Certified Pool Operator as well as a full member of the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA).
I provide a detailed written report of my findings in an easy to understand format.
Services Available Year Round
My ability to perform pool inspections does not cease when the weather turns cold. I perform pool inspections all year round, even when covered with ice! Using a specialized camera and lighting technology I am able to provide detailed insight as to the condition of the pool and related systems/equipment all year round!
Pool Water Loss Screening
Pool industry professionals agree…. Most pools lose water! And in just about every situation, evaporation of pool water occurs – often between 1/8” to 1/2” per day. So how much is loss vs. evaporation? While there are different methods to help answer this question, often, especially in a Real Estate transaction, there is not the luxury of time. This is where we can help!
AHI, Inc. – Consulting is proud to offer Pool Water Loss Screening using industry leading equipment, the LEAKALYZER Water Loss Sensor, from Anderson Manufacturing Company, Inc. The LEAKALYZER enables us to quickly determine if a pool is losing water and how much. The device measures water level changes to the 10,000th of an inch, and tracks these changes in real time on a digital graph. Watching this real‐time data enables us to screen for loss in as little as 5 minutes, although we often run screening for 15‐20 minutes.