Spa & Pool Barrier Inspection Services
Spa and Pool Barrier inspections in Sydney
A pool is a fun and exciting addition to any residence, a place to relax and enjoy with friends and family. However, the pool is also a place where many accidents can occur. Due to this, there are many regulations that need to be followed when you have a pool. We carry out pool safety inspections to help you avoid those potential pool dangers, and get your certificate of pool compliance easily, through our certified and qualified pool and building inspectors.
For those with swimming pools and spas on their property, getting a pool safety inspection done prior to selling or leasing the property is essential. Our services for pool barrier inspections in Sydney are carried out by certified professionals. Both local council and registered swimming pool certifiers in Sydney are able to carry out compliance inspections in NSW.
Registered in NSW as a registered certifier BDC04544
It is a requirement in NSW that any property offered for sale or lease, which have operating pools or spas, is required to have a pool fence inspection.
We carry out Certification work as defined in section 4 of the building development Certifier Act, with our qualified Pool Inspectors.
If the Pool barrier is compliant, the pool owners will be issued a certificate under the Swimming Pool Act 1992 Certificate 22D.
We carry out pool rectification works up to the value of $1000.00.
We will require written evidence of the date the pool was constructed otherwise it will be assessed under AS 1926.1-2012
Frequently asked questions:
What happens if your pool or spa does not meet the requirements?
You will be issued with a Certificate 22E under the Swimming pool act 1992. This will identify the issues that need to be addressed prior to a Certificate of pool Compliance being issued.
Can I request a pool safety Barrier inspection in Sydney to check the barrier meets the relevant requirements?
Yes, we also carry out inspections under 22C of the Swimming Pool Act 1992 to determine whether your pool barrier meets the relevant legislative requirements.
When selling the property, can the sale proceed without a compliant pool? A certificate of non-compliance (22E Report) must be provided to your solicitor or conveyancer. The purchaser then has 90 days after settlement to rectify any non-compliance issues. The 22E report can be obtained through you pool inspector.
What is the difference between a 22D, 22E and 22C Report?
22D – Pass
22E – Fail
22C – Provided at the client’s request, to check if a pool barrier is compliant.
Pool inspection report
SPA & POOL BARRIER INSPECTION SERVICES FAQ'S
Many domestic accidents and deaths occur around a swimming pool, especially when there are little children, which is why a certificate of conformity in terms of pool safety is required. In order to obtain this certificate of conformity, you will need to get a pool safety inspection in Sydney. Such pool inspections should be conducted by a certified and experienced inspector.
Inspectors carrying out a pool inspection in Sydney will check the following areas:
Pool safety – Fencing, gates and latches, exposed electrical wiring etc.
Pool interior – Tears in the lining, cracks in the plaster, tiling.
Accessories – Ladders and other accessories.
Deck and surrounding areas.
Pool equipment – If they are in proper working order.
Signage – Adequate signage should be displayed clearly and visibly.