Swimming Pool Inspections Mornington Peninsula
A swimming pool is a thing of joy to many people. It brings up the memories of childhood and relaxing times that you would have during the summer. Well, if you have your own pool in your backyard, you would be surprised to know that you should get your pool pass through the pool safety inspections. To obtain a swimming pool compliance certificate in Mornington Peninsula, look no further than Pool Compliance Victoria (CV). With more than 50 years of combined experience in building and pool fence inspection, we can deal with the council on your behalf and take the hassle out of the process.
Swimming Pool & Spa Inspection:
If you have a swimming pool or spa, the pool barrier and its access points should comply with the pool fence regulations in Melbourne. Pool CV gives you the opportunity to have your pool inspected by our swimming pool safety inspector in Mornington Peninsula. Working with a professional like us gives you peace of mind knowing that you are on the right side of the law and your children are safe.
Pool Compliance Certificate:
During the pool fence inspections, we will inspect
- Pool fence gates
- Height of the pool fence (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 all these factors meet the Victorian highest safety standards, we will issue the certificate of pool safety compliance that can be submitted to the council. This certificate is valid only for four years and should get swimming pool inspections again after this stretch of time.
If your pool fails to pass through pool safety inspections, we will recognise the safety breaches and advise you on how to rectify those issues. You will be given 60 days to fix the problems, after which the re-inspection will be done and the compliance certificate will be issued.