Call us and we can arrange a time & date that is convenient for you. We also work out of business hours and on weekends.
Under the Building Professions Act 2005 it is a requirement that an Agreement to Inspect form is completed at the beginning of the inspection and that fees are paid prior to any inspection carried out. Payment can be either EFT prior to inspection or cash on the day.
Our qualified E1 Certifier will come and inspect your pool (usually around 45-60 minutes).
If your pool is compliant a Certificate of Compliance will be issued and emailed to you the same day. We can also send a copy direct to your solicitor, conveyancer or real estate. The NSW Pool Safety Register will be updated noting compliancy. Your Certificate of Compliance is valid for 3 years.
We will talk you through any non compliance issues. You will receive a Certificate of Non Compliance and we will provide you with a comprehensive report setting out detailed descriptions, photographs and various recommendations and options on how to rectify the issues that did not pass. We will email this report to you within 24 hours of inspection.
You will need to rectify these issues and get your pool reinspected within 6 weeks of initial inspection date, or see note below. When the issues are fixed Pool Fence Certifiers Sydney will come back out and reinspect your pool.
If your pool passes the second inspection, a Certificate of Compliance will be issued and emailed to you the same day of reinspection. We can also send a copy direct to your solicitor, conveyancer or real estate. The NSW Pool Safety Register will be updated noting compliancy. Your Certificate of Compliance is valid for 3 years.
IMPORTANT: If you do not rectify these issues or the inspection does not pass within 6 weeks of initial inspection date, a copy of the Notice of Non-Compliance will be forwarded to your local government who will get in contact with you.
If you are selling your home, you can opt to attach a Certificate of Non-Compliance to your Contract of Sale. This means the buyer takes on responsibility for the Certificate of Compliance. The buyer has chosen to accept that the pool is non compliant and the buyer has 90 days from settlement to rectify the pool barrier non-compliances. It is the buyer’s responsibility to then contact and organise an inspection.