Spa & Pool Inspection Services
Pool and Spa inspections
Both local council and registered certifiers are able to carry out compliance inspections in NSW.
Registered in NSW as a registered certifier BDC04544
It is a requirement in NSW since 2016 that any property offered for sale or lease is required to have an inspection.
We carry out Certification work as defined in section 4 of the building development Certifier Act, with our qualified Pool Inspectors.
- If Pool barrier is compliant, you will be issued a certificate under the Swimming Pool Act 1992 Certificate 22D
- 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 Compliance being issued.
- Can I request an inspection 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
- Pool repairs up to $1000 are undertaken
A copy is to be provided to your solicitor or conveyancer the purchaser a buyer then has 90 days from settlement to address any issues of non- compliance.
The Pool barrier requirements depend on when the pool was constructed the list below will give you an understanding of the Act and regulations that will be applied during the inspection, we require written evidence of the date the pool was constructed otherwise it will be assessed under AS 1926.1-2012
|Pool Built date||Applicable Australian Standard|
|Pre 1St of August 1990||N/A|
|1st of August 1990 - 31st of August 2008||AS 1926-1986|
|1st of September 2008 – 30th of April 2013||AS 1926.1-2007|
|1st of May 2013- Current||AS 1926.1-2012|
Certificates are valid for 3 years
Pool Inspection $295.00 + GST
Spa Inspection $210.00+GST
Reinspection $175.00 + GST
$295.00 Inclusive of all fees in large print