Disclaimer for Leak Detection
Aqua Masters Inc will warranty its leak detection findings for 90 days, minor repair work for 90 days and major repair work for 1 year from the date of the invoice unless otherwise noted in writing. All warranties are for the specific work performed in writing by us. The procedure for filing any warranty claims is to notify
Aqua Masters Inc by phone or in writing and mail certified to:
Aqua Masters Inc
51 E Santa Anita Ave
Burbank CA 91502
There are no other warranties by Aqua Masters Inc of any nature whatsoever express or implied including any warranty of accountability or fitness for a particular purpose in connection with our services or products.
Aqua Masters Inc shall not be liable under any legal theory for special or consequential damages.
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for any other repairs except the repairs that we originally performed. We reserve the right to repair the area of failure only. Cost as to water replacement, chemicals, land and loss of use are not covered.
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for any damage due to hydrostatic pressure.
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for any damage due to any acts of nature (earthquake, hurricane, tornado, hail, etc.)
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for damages arising from any leaks, previous repairs performed, or draining of pool.
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for any pool plaster or pool surfaces.
Aqua Masters Inc will not be responsible for underground utility lines (fiber optic, gas, electrical, etc.)
***** While the Mechanics Lien Warning is not required in all states, it is best advised that you refer to the requirements for your own state. THIS EXAMPLE IS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE MECHANICS LIEN WARNING. *****
Mechanics Lien Warning: “Under the California Mechanics’ Lien Law, any contractor, subcontractor, laborer, supplier or other person or entity who helps to improve your property, but is not paid for his or her work or supplies, has a right to place a lien on your home, land, or property where the work was performed and to sue you in court to obtain payment.
This means that after a court hearing, your home, land and property could be sold by a court officer and the proceeds of the sale used to satisfy what you owe. This can happen even if you have paid your contractor in full if the contractor’s subcontractors, laborers or suppliers remain unpaid. To preserve their rights to file a claim or lien against your property certain claimants such as subcontractors or material suppliers are each required to provide you with a document called a “Preliminary Notice”. Contractors and laborers who contract with owners directly do not have to provide such notice since you are aware of their existence as an owner.
A preliminary notice is not a lien against your property. Its purpose is to notify you of persons or entities that may have a right to file a lien against your property if they are not paid. In order to protect their lien rights, a contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or laborer must file a mechanics’ lien with the county recorder which then becomes a recorded lien against your property.
Generally, the maximum time allowed for filing a mechanics’ lien against your property is 90 days after substantial completion of your project.
TO INSURE EXTRA PROTECTION FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR PROPERTY, YOU MAY WISH TO TAKE ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING STEPS:
To protect yourself under this option, you must be certain that all material suppliers, subcontractors, and laborers have signed the “Waiver and Release” Form. If a mechanics’ lien has been filed against your property, it can only be voluntarily release by a recorded “Release of Mechanics’ Lien” signed by the person or entity that filed the mechanics’ lien against your property unless the lawsuit to enforce the lien was not timely filed. You should not make any final payments until any and all such liens are removed. You should consult an attorney if a lien is filed against your property.”
An inspection addresses only those components and conditions that are present, visible, and accessible at the time of the inspection. While there may be other parts, components or systems present, only those items specifically noted as being inspected were inspected. The inspector is not required to move furnishings or stored items. The inspection report may address issues that are code-based or may refer to a particular code; however, this is NOT a code compliance inspection and does NOT verify compliance with manufacturer’s installation instructions. The inspection does NOT imply insurability or warrantability of the structure or its components. Although some safety issues may be addressed in this report, this inspection is NOT a safety/code inspection, and the inspector is NOT required to identify all potential hazards.
In this report, the inspector will note which systems and components were inspected, not inspected, not present, and/or deficient. General deficiencies include inoperability, material distress, water penetration, damage, deterioration, missing parts, and unsuitable installation. Comments may be provided by the inspector whether or not an item is deemed deficient. The inspector is not required to prioritize or emphasize the importance of one deficiency over another. Some items reported as deficient may be considered life-safety upgrades to the property This inspection is not an exhaustive inspection of the structure, systems, or components. The inspection may not reveal all deficiencies due to hidden or unknown factors. The inspection does not cover leak detections unless otherwise noted.
This report is the exclusive property of Aqua Masters Inc and the client whose name appears herewith, and its use by any unauthorized persons is strictly prohibited. The observations and opinions expressed within this report are those of Aqua Masters Inc and supersede any alleged verbal comments. We inspect all of the systems, components, and conditions as described above and cannot be responsible for any work performed in order to cover or hide said repair(s). In accordance with the findings above, the service recommendations that we make in this report should be addressed.