Pool Safety Inspections Cairns 2017

Chances are if you own a rental property in Cairns you will need a pool safety certificate prior to leasing your propety to tenants.

If you're selling your property you'll need to provide the buyers with a pool safety certificate or hand them a form 36, in which case, the buyers will need to obtain a pool safety inspection and certificate within 90 days of settlement.

The introduction of Queensland Pool Safety Legislation in December 2010 will required every pool in Queensland to be registered by May 2011. Remember registered doesnt mean inspected. Only pool fences for properties that are being leased or properties being sold will require the Form 23 - Swimming Pool Safety Certificate.

Receive a full colour report with your pool safety inspection in Cairns clearly outlining all nonconformtiy issues and recommendations to making it compliant for the latest pool fencings standards.

Our aim is to save lives by making sure each fence we inspect is compliant with the latest laws. Too many children drown each year in Queensland pools. We can provide your family with piece of mind in knowing your pool fence/barrier is compliant and safe for either your family and friends or the tenants of your investment property.

You can't spend every second watching your kids, but you can make sure your pool fence in secure.
Arrange a pool fence inspection in Cairns with Cairns Pool Inspections today for $160 + $40 Government Certificate fee.

Call Peter on 0450 309 016 to arrange your Cairns Pool Safety Inspection or book your Pool Fence Inspection online.

imgWe Service the entire Cairns region: South to Gordonvale, West to Mareeba, As far north as Mossman.

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Note: Port Douglas is listed under Mossman Region


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Pool Inspection

Cairns Pool Safety Certificates - Is Your Fence Safe?

A Pool Safety Certificate is only issued when a pool is deemed to be compliant. If a pool is not compliant, you will be sent a notice of non-compliance, accompanied by a report outlining why your pool is non-compliant. But don't worry if your pool is non-compliant as you're not the only one. It is expected that up to 90% of pools in Queensland are currently non-compliant.

How to find out if your pool is compliant? BOOK AN INSPECTION - We are government certified pool inspectors, if your pool doesn't meet compliance or needs repair or maintenance we can arrange this also. We have qualified construction and landscaping professionals working with us to provide you with a hassle free transition to a SAFE POOL.


How often do you need to renew your pool safety certificate?

Home Owners. All non-shared pools (eg: the home pool) you will need to have your pool inspected every 2 years. Be Safe Pool Fence Inspections will then issue you with a new certificate of compliance also know as a Pool Safety Certificate.

Short Term Accommodation Providers. For shared pools associated with short term accommodation, such as hotels, motels, Resorts, backpackers or hostels, a six month phase-in period applies to obtain a pool safety certificate. Pool inspections must be performed every 12 months and a new swimming pool safety certificate displayed. Without a pool safety certificate short term accommodation providers can not rent out a room. Don't risk loosing income, arrange a pool safety inspection now. You can pre-book online to avoid the rush.

Body Corporates. A two year phase-in period to obtain a pool safety certificate applies to other shared pools, such as common pools in a block of units. However a pool safety certificates will be required earlier if a unit in the complex sells or is leased within the 2 year phase in period. Once compliant, shared pools in unit complexes will need to be inspected every 12 months.

When selling or leasing a property with shared pool. It is then up to the Body Corporate to arrange for a pool safety inspection. Sufficient works must be carried out to meet compliance standards should a pool not comply. Once issued with a Pool Safety Certificate, an inspection will be required every year.

Proposed changes will require pool owners to have a current compliance certificate certifying that their pool meets safety standards. This certificate will be required at time of lease or sale from December this year.?

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CPR signs

New pool safety laws being implemented from summer 2010 will require all pools to display the latest prescribed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) sign adopted by the Australian Resuscitation Council by December 2015, unless sold or leased first.

Pool Safety Inspection Cost

Cairns - Gordonvale to Palm Cove: $200 + Certificate fee

Port Douglas, Mareeba, Atherton Tablelands: $330 + Certificate fee

Kuranda & Speewah: $260 + Certificate fee

Prices include 1 Re-inspection within 90 days of inspection.

Pool Safety Qld

The Queensland Government has introduced Australia's toughest new pool safety laws as a result of the most comprehensive review of Queensland's swimming pool safety laws in nearly 20 years.

The new pool safety laws aim to further reduce the incidences of drowning and serious immersion injuries of young children in swimming pools.

Between 1 January 2004 and 18 May 2010, 35 children under five years of age drowned in Queensland's residential swimming pools, as well as two drownings in wading pools and one in a home-made pool.

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Contact Us

Postal Address:
PO Box 2891 Cairns Qld 4870

Phone: 0450 309 016 (Text or Email for bookings)
E-mail: bookings@cairnspoolinspections.com.au

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