Swimming Pool Compliance Inspection
Join our Certifier during a recent swimming pool compliance inspection. Here you will see the non-compliances that were identified and how to resolve them. You may have similar issues with your own pool enclosure.
This home owner was surprised to find that many of the improvements he had carried out to the home over the years were actually creating non-compliances within the pool barriers Clear Zones.
This inspection will discuss the common issue of objects within the Non-Climbable Zones of the pool barriers and Boundary Barrier Fences.
Many homeowners are unaware that their pool enclosure is no longer compliant. Our certifier will explain how to resolve any issues so that you can improve the value of your home by achieving a compliant pool barrier.
Does your pool comply with current safety Standards?
Compliance Certificates are issued promptly after a successful inspection is complete. Whilst it is possible to sell your home with a Certificate of Non-Compliance, many prospective purchasers are requiring a Compliance Certificate.
Certificate of Compliance
Our Accredited Certifier will inspect and provide you with a Certificate of Compliance to confirm that your pool meets the criteria for certification. This homeowner was issued with a Certificate of Compliance after all issues were rectified.
We offer after-inspection care to all our clients so that any queries are answered before you embark on the rectification works.
A Certificate of Compliance can only be issued by an accredited certifier once a thorough assessment of the swimming pool fences and surrounds has been conducted, and the certifier is satisfied that the swimming pool enclosure meets all safety regulations and standards detailed in the Swimming Pools Act 1992 and the Standard applicable to your pool.
A Swimming Pool Certificate of Compliance is valid for 3 years, after which time a new inspection must be carried out on the swimming pool to ensure it still meets current safety standards.