I couldn't find a sub-forum appropriate for this topic, but if the mods think this goes better somewhere else please feel free to move it!
We just closed on our new house with the pool in my signature. Apparently our insurance agent had a bit of a tough time finding a company that would provide home insurance because of the pool. Specifically she said the diving board was the reason some companies didn't want to touch our home. Anyway, we found a company and closed on the house last week.
Now the insurance company wants to come out and inspect the property. They didn't specifically say what they want to look at, but I have a feeling they will closely be paying attention to the pool and spa. I'm worried that they will tell us we need to remove the diving board or something like that. The deep end is 8' deep, and the receipt for the diving board the previous owners installed in 2005 seems to indicate that it is intended for 8' pools (ie, it's not too "springy" for that depth, I think.)
Has anyone ever experienced something like this? I'm just curious what to expect.