Skip to content

Swimming Pool Inspections

When Is A Swimming Pool Inspection Required?

A pool inspection is required before a house can be rented or sold in compliance with the relevant laws. A pool compliance certificate will need to be obtained from a qualified inspector. The compliance certificate confirms that the pool meets all safety requirements and regulations, which is important for both the owners and potential buyers or tenants.

Certificate Validation

It is important to note that compliance certificates are only valid for a certain period of time and must be renewed when they expire.

NSW: A certificate of compliance is valid for 3 years 

QLD: Safety certificates are valid for 2 years for non-shared pools

VIC: A certificate of barrier compliance is only valid for 30 days after it is issued

Report Inclusions

When you’re seeking assurance that your pool barrier meets the necessary regulations, our compliance inspector is here to provide expert oversight. Safety is paramount, especially when it concerns water areas where risks can be high. Ensuring your pool barriers are up to code is not just a matter of regulatory compliance, but also a commitment to the well-being of your family and guests.

Details of any repairs or modifications that need to be made
A list of compliance requirements met and failed
Photos of the pool area
A compliance certificate
A detailed map of the pool area

The Team at Owner Inspections are available at all hours to take your query. Please contact our Swimming Pool Inspection Specialists for a quote today!