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2017 Brent Heness Pre Purchase Inspections

Are you a Conveyancer,Solicitor or Real Estate Agent Looking For a reliable Inspector

 SWIMMING POOL SAFETY BARRIER CERTIFICATION INSPECTIONS

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Pool Inspections are done to current Australian Standards AS1926.1&.2-2007 AS4349.0&.1-2007.  

We check the pool for cracking or fading to the interior shell,coping  and surrounds. We also check retainer walls, paving and coping for cracking undulations & trip/slip hazards.

We check that the pool pump and equipment are in working order and that there are no leaks or electricl problems.

We also check the pool fencing for safety compliance, climbable zones such as pot plants, trees, statues, furniture & railings to timber fencing & that the CPR chart is visible in the pool yard.

That the Pool gate is self locking & self closing as required by law.

We also recommend that you obtain the latest pool safety fence booklet from your local council as a ready reference for the future.​

POOL SAFETY BARRIER CERTIFICATION

Safety Certification

 Australian Standards AS1926.1&.2-2007 AS4349.0&.1-2007.  

 All properties with a swimming pool or spa pool being sold or leased on or after 29 April 2016 will need a valid certificate of compliance, certificate of non-compliance or a relevant occupation certificate issued from the NSW Swimming Pool Register.

This means that from 29 April 2016:

  1. Vendors are now able to transfer the obligation of obtaining a certificate of compliance to the purchaser. A certificate of non-compliance can now be attached to the contract of sale.

  2. The buyer of a property with a non-compliant swimming pool has 90 days from the date of settlement to address any issues of pool barrier non-compliance and obtain a certificate of compliance.

  3. The owner of a property with two (2) or fewer dwellings and a pool must have a certificate of compliance before entering into a lease.

Landlords are to ensure that the tenant is provided a copy of a valid certificate of compliance at the time the lease is entered into because landlords have a responsibility to provide a safe environment for their tenants. For safety tips click on this link http://kidsalive.com.au/

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