How to determine if property is pool-ready -- NJ
Hi, apologies in advance for my total ignorance, but here goes. We are looking to purchase a house in Monmouth County and we are looking at places that have enough land to add a small pool (we're looking in the Bradley Beach/Avon area). However, before we actually close on something we need to confirm that the property can actually support a pool (I guess I'm thinking of things like the ground conditions, utility pipes that might be underground, etc.).
First question is whether that is something we actually need to do. Second is how we would go about doing it. Is it an engineer issue, pool contractor, etc?
Any thoughts would be appreciated.