Swimming Pool Inspections Beaumaris

spa inspection          vba pool inspection

Swimming Pool Inspections Beaumaris

Have a spa or swimming pool in your backyard? Worried about your compliance with Victoria’s new pool safety standards? Looking for the most cost effective way to achieve compliance? Keep your loved ones safe around the pool and prevent tragedy from happening by trusting the experts from Pool Compliance Victoria. By conducting a thorough inspection of the pool or spa safety barriers, we have been providing peace of mind to the Beaumaris residents every time their kids go into the backyard. With more than 50 years of combined experience in conducting swimming pool inspections, we can assure you that your pool barrier will be compliant after our inspection.

Our Pool Safety Certification Process:

Inspection – We will send out our registered swimming pool safety inspector to your property on the pre-scheduled date and time. He/she will conduct thorough pool fence inspections, leaving no element left uninspected. We will advise you on the best, most effective options factoring in in functionality, costs, maintenance and aesthetics.

Certification – If your pool barrier meets the pool fence regulations, we will issue the swimming pool compliance certificate that can be registered with your local council.

Site Advice – This service is specifically designed to help Owners and Designers who are looking to alter a pool barrier or even for those installing a new pool and are looking for the best result for their barrier, factoring in functionality, costs, maintenance and aesthetics.

Re-Inspection – We will give you up to 60 days to get the compliance issues resolved. After this time period, we will re-inspect your pool fence and if all is rectified, issue the certification.

Non-Compliance Certification: A certificate of non-compliance will be issued and lodged with the council in rare circumstances, as set out by the requirements within the Building Regulations. If you get a non-compliance certificate, you may be required to pay penalties to the council.

What Do We Check During The Pool Safety Inspection?

  • Pool fence gates
  • Height of the pool fence (generally should be minimum of 1.2 metres high)
  • Pool fence location
  • Vertical gaps in the pool fence
  • Gaps at the bottom of the pool fence
  • Gates should be self-closing and self-latching
  • Other crucial aspects

If you want to make sure that your pool fence is up to the highest standard, call 1800 766 528 and book an inspection today.