Pool Safe Inspections is Victoria’s number one pool inspection company. We are qualified to carry out pool inspections all over Victoria for all existing and new pool fencing associated with:
Units and unit complexes
Backpackers and short term accommodation
We check compliance under Building Regulation 1220 for maintenance of all existing Victorian Swimming Pools and spas. You will be provided with a certificate on the day if your pool/spa barrier is compliant with Victoria’s regulations on pool fencing.
Victorian Regulations state that a pool must be safe and have restricted access at all time, not just some time during the day. The only way to make sure a pool is Pool Safe 24/7 is by having permanent pool fencing erected.
Every state in Australia have their own set of regulations, however the basic principles remains the same. Pool fencing regulations in Victoria have been established on those same safety principles, which apply to all Victorian towns and cities including Melbourne.
For Home Owners
How safe is that pool or spa?
Have you paid for a building and pest report but forgot about the Jacuzzi, pool or spa? Get us out for peace of mind to inspect your barrier. We offer a “Pre-Inspection service” where we provide you with report regarding the pool fence compliance, before you agree to purchase the property.
Local Councils, can prosecute for non-compliance starting at 50 penalty units or $7200. Councils in Victoria are gearing up for possible legislation change that may require a pool register with a state data system. Local Councils, can prosecute for non-compliance starting at 50 penalty units or $7200.
For Agents and landlords
Inspections by a Register Building Inspection is the only way to know that you have confidence your Landlord and your agency is protected from any claims.
Buying? Selling? Renting? Annual inspections? It’s all very confusing in recommending what type of inspection needs to be done.
The new 005A Agreement contract issued by the REIV about the new lease of residential properties highlights the responsibility for a Property Manager to make the landlord aware of their Pool Barrier compliance requirements.