Pool Safety Certificates Cairns & Surrounds
As of the 1st December 2015, all swimming pools including spa pools and some portable pools, must be compliant with the Queensland Pool Safety Standards. It is also compulsory that every pool owner registers their pool on Queensland’s State-Wide Pool Register. Is your pool compliant?A pool safety certificate that has been issued by a licensed pool safety inspector is required when selling, buying or leasing any property with a pool. These certificates are valid for two years for a non-shared pool and one year for shared pools.
We can help you ensure you receive a Cairns pool safety certificate and that your pool meets legal requirements, walking you through the current legislation and providing professional advice on pool fencing and barriers. As licensed specialists dedicated to offering the highest standard of professionalism and expertise, we provide efficient pool safety inspections with friendly and helpful service.
Cairns Building Inspections & Pest Control offer Pool Safety & Fence Inspections for…
- Pre-Sale if you’re selling your home
- Pre-Purchase with your Building & Pest Inspection to make things easy
- Post-Settlement if you’ve just bought a home
- Any homeowner anytime, if you’ve decided to stay put & want peace of mind
Who better to conduct a pool safety and fence inspection than a trained, licensed and insured Cairns pool safety inspector…who is also a building inspector? You will be working with a company which for the last 25 years has concentrated on doing the little things very well. Providing specialist building, pest and pool safety services to the Cairns, Innisfail and Tablelands region. You can rest assured that our pool fence advice and recommendations are completely impartial and not a lead to selling products such as pool chemicals or even pool fencing itself! Our focus is pool safety and ensuring every swimming pool in the region is certified and compliant.
Are You in Port Douglas, Innisfail or the Tablelands and Have a Pool?
Ensure your pool fencing is compliant and obtain a Pool Safety Certification with a licensed inspector. We service the wider region and take the stress out of certifying your pool. We have stayed up to date on all legislative changes and are licensed inspectors, able to provide specialist advice on pool fencing and barriers, as well as issue pool safety certificates in line with legal requirements. Don’t get overwhelmed by the legislation, allow us to provide stress-free inspections no matter what your situation.
For sellers… we recommend a pre-sale Pool Safety Certificate, which you can obtain before you even list and is valid for up to two years. If there is no pool safety certificate obtained, before entering a sale contract or settlement it is the seller’s responsibility to provide an advisory notice to:
- The potential buyer
- Department of Housing and Public Works
- Pool Owner, such as the body corporate for shared pools
For buyers… if you accept a Notice of No Pool Safety Certificate on purchasing a new property you have until 90 days post settlement to make the pool fence compliant and are liable for any costs required to certify your pool (unless otherwise negotiated under your individual contract).
For landlords… you must obtain a pool safety certificate before a lease is signed. This applies for body corporate as well. The existing safety certificate will cover any new leases or renewals within the validity period.
Wherever you are: Cairns, Port Douglas, Innisfail or the Atherton Tablelands – we can help you ensure your pool is safe and compliant!