Looking for a Pool Fence Compliance Safety Certificate & Pool Fencing Repairs
Look no further – Mirage Frameless Glass can help you with both pool fence compliance and pool fencing repairs.
We organise our own private Certifier and complete the pool fence repairs so you can obtain your pool fence compliance certificate.
WHAT IS THE LATEST LAW ON POOL SAFETY COMPLIANCE?
Selling or leasing a property with a pool and/or spa in NSW.
From 29 April 2016, properties sold with a pool must have one of a ‘relevant occupation certificate’; a ‘certificate of compliance’; or a ‘certificate of non-compliance’, issued from the NSW Swimming Pool Register.
This means that from 29 April 2016:
- 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.
- 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.
- Properties with more than two (2) dwellings are exempt from the requirement to provide a compliant pool barrier on sale or lease, as they are already regulated through mandatory three (3)-yearly council inspections.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO NOW?
Make sure that your pool is safe and compliant with the latest NSW Regulations
Request A Pool Safety Inspection NOW to get your swimming pool inspected as soon as possible.
Pool fence compliance is essential for pool safety and keeping your family safe.