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Book your pool inspection online
We call you to confirm an appointment that suits you
Onsite professional inspection with an easy-to-follow report
Either a compliance or non-compliance certificate will be issued
If you have any questions, don’t worry, contact us and we’ll help
Swimming pool and spa inspections
We inspect residential, multi-residence and gym pools. Deal with the leading pool inspection company.
Do I Need To Have My Pool Inspected?
Are you selling, leasing or buying a property with a pool or spa?
Have you received a letter from council?
Do you look after children at your home?
You will need a pool safety inspection.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Should I get a Compliance Certificate even if I’m not selling or leasing my property?
It is recommended that all swimming pool owners obtain a Compliance Certificate to ensure that their pool is compliant and/or any non-compliant issues are pointed out and can, therefore, be addressed to maximise the safety of your loved ones and to minimise risk. Given the increase in recent drownings in backyard swimming pools it has been suggested that a Certificate of Compliance may become mandatory for all swimming pool owners in the near future.
How long does the Certification last?A swimming pool certificate of compliance is valid for three years from its date of issue. To check if a certificate of compliance has been issued for your property go to the NSW Government’s Swimming Pool Register. A swimming pool certificate of non-compliance is valid for one year from its date of issue or 90 days after the date of settlement whichever is sooner. To check if a certificate of compliance has been issued for your property go to the NSW Government’s Swimming Pool Register.
Does my spa need to be compliant?The legislation defines a spa as a swimming pool. Consequently, by law, if you are selling or leasing your property you must have your spa inspected and deemed to be compliant by way of a Compliance Certificate. All spas should be deemed to be compliant for safety reasons, irrespective of a potential sale or lease of your property though. If your spa is equipped with a lockable lid this will negate the need for you to have a compliant fence. In the absence of a lockable lid, fencing must meet the Australian Standards as per swimming pools.
KNOW ABOUT POOL LAWS
NSW Pool Laws
There are a few reasons you should get your swimming pool or spa inspected and compliant.
- You’re selling, leasing or buying a property with a pool or spa.
- You received a letter from your council regarding getting your swimming pool and/or spa inspected.
- You want peace-of-mind that your pool area is safe for your loved one.
To get an inspection done, the council can come to your property and do the inspection.
Or a professional pool certifier from 1point2 Pool Safety can do your inspection.