AS PRIVATE POOL FENCE AND BARRIER CERTIFIERS WE INSPECT YOUR POOL BARRIER AND PROVIDE A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE WHEN YOUR BARRIER PASSES THE INSPECTION. We can also complete repairs to ensure you can meet the compliance standard.
We will visit your property and undertake a comprehensive inspection of your pool fence and barrier. We will provide you with a detailed report and compliance checklist, and a range of options to assist you with any compliance needs tailored to your budget, we can now also assist in the repairs required.
All work is done by a fully qualified pool builder who is fully insured and an Accredited E1 Certifier with the building professionals board (Registration Number: BPB2446).
Pool compliance or non compliance certificates are now required
New provisions that require a property with a swimming pool to have a certificate of compliance or non-compliance before it can be sold, Properties being leased must have a certificate of compliance to be leased. This means that pool owners need to act now to ensure swimming pool barrier compliance prior to the sale or lease of their property.
Councils may impose fines for any owners that are not compliant with the swimming pool regulations. These fines can be up to $5500.
We are here to help you obtain the appropriate certificate and to assist you through the process.
The Swimming Pools Act 1992 and its regulations work together with Australian Standard 1926 (AS1926) to establish the safety standards for ‘backyard’ swimming pools. These documents have been updated a number of times and, as a result, apply differently at different points in time.
The legislation can be found here:
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