Expert and Trustworthy Pool Inspectors
Dipping in your own swimming pool on a sweltering hot summer day – that’s something everyone would love. More than 15% of the people that own homes in Australia have a pool. Do you have a pool in your home? Are you considering installing one? Are you looking to purchase or rent a home with a pool on the Sunshine Coast?
Swimming pools can, no doubt, be a wonderful and enjoyable part of any home – a place that makes love, bond and fun of family come to life. However, so that the pool gives you the relaxation of mind that it is there to provide, you must ensure that the entire facility is professionally inspected to see that it conforms to safe practice. Some major safety concerns in a pool may include wiring that is faulty, weakly affixed ladders, deteriorating steps, loose or absent railings, unsafe decks, and hazardous diving boards.
Are you aware that drowning in swimming pools is one of the major causes of death to kids under five years of age in Australia? For this reason, several laws and legislation have been put in place for the regulation of the installation of pools, and there are numerous safety measures that that go along with them.
On the Sunshine Coast, our pool inspection services include comprehensive Safety Barrier and Pool Condition reports, to ensure that your pool stays as a place to relax or entertain and does not become a trauma site because some fatality that occurred in it.
We at Sunshine Coast pool inspectors believe that pool safety is of the utmost essence, and that with trouble-free inspections and maintenance, swimming pools can be a very safe and enjoyable part of any home.
All the different features of a swimming pool require frequent maintenance in order to ensure that the pool remains a haven for everyone that swims in it. The law requires that safety barriers be installed as well.
Sunshine Coast Pool Inspections
Our pool inspector will deliver a comprehensive report on your pool which will include:
- The condition of the pool
- The status of the deck
- The condition of the safety railings
- The repairs that must be done
- Any maintenance issues
Our reports are always detailed and easily comprehensible. They also contain very descriptive pictures.
The laws in Queensland require that every homeowner with a pool in their home makes the environment of the pool completely safe and compliant. The owner of a swimming pool is directly responsible for the safety status and welfare of their pool.
Every pool safety inspection when a property is sold, rented or leased out requires a QBCC Certificate of Compliance.
Make certain that the pool safety inspector coming to look at your pool has a QBCC license the inspection. Otherwise, you may just be getting yourself a half-baked evaluation of your pool area.
Our exhaustive reports are easy on the eyes and will get to you within 48 hours after the inspection is carried out. In addition, right before the inspector leaves your premises, they will give you a meticulous verbal report.
You can have full confidence in the work of our inspectors. They are very experienced and highly professional. They communicate with courtesy, clarity and finesse.
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