Owning a pool is a great joy, but it is also be a significant responsibility. As a responsible pool owner, you want to ensure that your family and friends can enjoy the pool without any safety hazards. To help you achieve this goal, Chris Staley services Aspendale, Peninsula Pool Compliance offers comprehensive pool safety barrier inspections.
We have a range of local tradespeople we recommend who can cover smaller jobs through to new barrier installations. Our mission is to take the stress out of the process, making it easy for you to relax and enjoy your pool experience with complete peace of mind. Chris is committed to providing the highest level of service to our valued customers. We understand that pool fences and barriers can be complicated, and that's why we are here to guide you through the process of getting your pool certified easily and quickly.
Our Fee is FIXED to ensure the process is affordable and there are no nasty surprises - our fee covers all visits, a detailed inspection report, the form 23 and full customer support. We charge $350 no more to pay!
Chris Staley takes pride in being the leading provider of pool inspection services in Aspendale and surrounding areas. Chris is highly qualified, experienced, and fully insured to provide you with reliable and professional services.
Did you know that over 90% of pools in Victoria don't pass their first safety inspection? That's right! But with our expert pool and spa barrier services, you can avoid becoming part of this statistic. We provide free advice and support, including “DIY checklists,” to ensure that your pool is fully compliant with all the relevant Australian Standards and legislative requirements. These are available to download from our website. Also if you need a second visit - don't worry there is no extra charge!!
Chris has an in-depth understanding of pool safety, and we strive to make the inspection process as convenient as possible for you. We take the time to conduct a thorough inspection of your pool, document any required improvements, and prepare a detailed report that includes photos and specific advice unique to your pool or spa barrier safety.
At Peninsula Pool Compliance, we are fully qualified and insured to issue the right Certificate of Barrier Safety for your local council. If you have been advised by your council that you need a pool certificate, we offer a reliable inspection service and will issue a "Certificate of Compliance" (Form 23) if safety standards are met.
Chris will provide a detailed inspection report within 24 hours of your inspection, and your "Form 23" (Certificate of pool and spa compliance) is valid for 4 years from the date of issue. Let Peninsula Pool Compliance be your go to Inspection Company!
If you're looking for an experienced and reliable pool safety inspector in Victoria, look no further than Peninsula Pool Compliance. Contact us today to schedule your pool safety inspection and get your pool certified for your family's safety and enjoyment. We take pool and spa safety very seriously.
Here's how it works:
Simply book an inspection with us. You can call us on 0498 589 573 or send us a message through Facebook Messenger at https://www.facebook.com/ppcinspections
Chris will inspect your pool and if it's not compliant on the first inspection, don't worry! Chris will provide you with cost-free advice on how to obtain compliance and even help you organize a FREE follow-up inspection.
Once everything is in order, you'll receive your certificate. You can upload this to the council website. Now you can relax and have peace of mind knowing that your pool barrier is safe and compliant.
Enjoy our "set and forget" system - we will contact your in 3.5 years time to organise your next compliance inspection
In Victoria, pools need to be inspected at least once every four years by a licensed pool inspector. This inspection ensures that the pool is safe and complies with the relevant safety standards.
The rules for pool fencing in Victoria are outlined in the Building Regulations 2018. Some key requirements include:
Yes, generally you need a permit to install a pool in Victoria. The specific requirements and permits needed depend on the type and size of the pool and if it is permanent or temporary. It is advisable to contact your local council or a pool installation professional to understand the permit requirements for your specific situation.
Pool regulations can vary between states and territories in Australia. However, some common rules include proper pool fencing, regular inspections, and compliance with safety standards. It is important to check the specific regulations in your state or territory to ensure compliance.
The safety rules in pool include the following:
The fine for not having a compliant pool barrier in Victoria can vary depending on the circumstances. However, it can range from several thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. It is important to ensure your pool is properly fenced to avoid any penalties or legal issues.
In Victoria, if a pool is non-compliant with safety standards, it can affect the ability to sell the house. Potential buyers may require the pool to be brought up to code before purchasing the property. It is recommended to ensure pool compliance to avoid any complications during the sale process.