As a Pool & Spa Inspector, you check a variety of factors in determining whether a pool or spa is fit for use. Inspections are mandatory for public pools and frequently required when someone is purchasing a home with a pool. In order to complete the inspection, you check to ensure that the water has the proper water chemistry, you check the conditions of the pool & spa equipment and their performance, you check for the safety of both pools and spas both inside and around, as well as proper signage and a variety of other items. All of these items help you decide whether or not a pool or spa will pass an inspection and it its safe for use. You are an expert in this field and you strive to complete your inspections to the best of your ability. Unfortunately, accidents happen and items can be overlook. The right insurance coverage can help mitigate damages in the event you are found liable for improperly inspecting a pool and/or spa. If a negligence claim is made against you or your business, Errors & Omissions insurance can cover the cost of defending you against a lawsuit as well as any cost associated with the claim.
Here are some of our suggested insurance options for Pool & Spa Inspectors:
Take the time and talk to one of our California Pool Association (CPA) experts today and discuss the different coverages available for Pool & Spa Inspectors. There are a lot of options available to keep your business protected while staying within your budget. Take advantage of all the great discounts The California Pool Association (CPA) has to offer its members.