Pool Record

Pool record for 322 NW 15th St Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103
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The AVE QScore for this pool is 4.58
For a Gunite pool this pool QScore rates as Advanced at 91.5%
Gunite Pool

We have PoolSmart recommendations (5) based on your AVE results.
  • Lighting is the #1 failing item in a swimming pool. In some states there is a mandate to update all high voltage pool lighting to low voltage lighting when they become defective to create greater energy savings as well as swimmer safety.
  • Upgrade to an off-line chlorine feeder to reduce the potential for over chlorinating the pool, and for chlorine gases damaging equipment such as a heater when the system is off.
  • Consider adding home passageway alarm on all doors and windows that allow direct access from the home to the pool area.
  • Ensure you meet safety fencing standards, which is the primary form of safety barrier recognized by all municipalities and the pool industry.
  • Inspectors Notes:
    SAFETY BARRIERS: The pool ownership standard is for pedestrian gates in the perimeter fencing is supposed to be self-closing and self-latching, with a latch that is at least 54” above the ground and swings away from the pool. The fencing met most of these standards, but the two pedestrian gates would need a magni-latch and spring to self-close. The others would be considered utility gates, which are really the automatic vehicle access gates and would merely need to be kept shut until use to meet ongoing compliance standards.

    EQUIPMENT VALVE: The automated control valve on the pool return side that controls flow to the spa demonstrated some leaking once opened. Sometimes these become worn out, or damages from freezing conditions. Typical solution is to replace the o-rings inside the three-way plumbing valve that the automate control device sits on. Average cost of repair is $150.

    SANITATION: The pool is equipped with an in-line chlorine feeder and supplemented with an A&A Ozone Oxization System, which is mounted vertically behind the cartridge filter. The unit is electrically powered, and the power indicator light didn’t appear to be illuminated, which can sometimes be an indication that the unit needs service. The unit is not an operational requirement for the pool since it is intended to simply reduce the use of chlorine tablets by approximately 25% compared to pools that do not use an ozination supplement. The current owners should confirm if the unit is working or non-operable.

Inspector On File

Galen Crabtree

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