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How to Prepare Your Pool if You’re Selling Your House

If you have a pool, this can be a big selling point if you’re planning on putting your house on the market. They offer the kind of lifestyle people love and pools are especially popular for families. However, you need to put in a bit of effort to get your pool sale-ready. As the pool maintenance experts, we’re here to share our top tips on how you can best prepare your pool if you’re about to put your house on the market.

Replace poor quality equipment

If your equipment is still operating as it should, it’s fine to proceed without replacing anything. However, if you’ve been having issues with your equipment then you may need to look at repairs or replacement. Potential sellers will likely ask questions about the pool equipment and any issues will be picked up during a building inspection.

Give the surrounding area of facelift

It’s not just the water that needs to look inviting – you also need to make sure the surrounding pool area looks as good as possible. Take some time to cut back trees and bushes, pressure hose the paving around the pool, and add some pot plants or seating to the area.

Hide unnecessary equipment

Nothing detracts from the aesthetic of a clear, inviting pool than having unnecessary pool equipment lying around. Store your equipment out of the way during inspection – this includes your suction pool cleaner if you generally leave it in the water! Remember to store away items neatly as most potential buyers will also want to look inside the pool shed.

Ensure your pool fence is up to standard

Put yourself in the shoes of the buyer and consider the questions you’d ask if you were buying a house with a pool. Safety is always going to be a big consideration so any buyer is going to want to know that the pool fence is compliant with council regulations. Ensure there are no issues with the fence before you put the house on the market and check when your last inspection was.

Get a professional service

One of the easiest ways to get your pool looking up to scratch is getting a professional service from your local pool company. Not only will they ensure that your pool looks its best while your house is on the market, they can also check the equipment to confirm that its working as it should.

If you’ve been searching for pool maintenance ‘near me’, look no further than Pool Assist. We offer exceptional swimming pool servicing for commercial and domestic pools across Perth. Whether you’re having issues with your pool equipment or simply want a general service, our team of qualified technicians will be able to help. Let us do the hard work so you can enjoy the water!

For swimming pool maintenance and repairs, contact Pool Assist today on 1300 62 82pool-maintenance/ 62.