Buying a house is exciting. It can also be stressful. Deciding where to live, the style of home you want, the schools in the area, and what it means for commute is a lot to process. One other element of the homebuying process that can often be overlooked is a pool. Whether a pool is a priority for you, or if the home you’ve decided to make an offer on, has one, it needs the same attention detail that the rest of the property gets. A crucial and necessary part of buying home is the inspection. This is the process that identifies any problems or issues with the condition of the home that can affect its value. If the house you are considering has a pool, it also needs to be inspected. However, it needs to be inspected by an experienced, expert pool inspector; it should not simply fall under the purview of the home inspector. Ensuring that the condition the pool’s structure and equipment systems are in proper working order can save you a lot of time and money down the road. Here is what you can expect during your pool inspection.