Qualified & Registered Building Inspector with VBA

Pool Inspections


Keep your family safe around the pool by securing the services of the team at Pool Safe Inspections Victoria. As a Registered Building Inspector with the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) Melburnians across the city and beyond can trust our in-depth inspections, as well as our personalised suggestions for improvements and additions to your pool’s access and security.

Proudly conducting pool inspections that Brighton residents can rely on, our dedicated and eagle-eyed inspectors will methodically inspect all aspects of your poolside environment, from fencing and barriers, through to the structure and integrity of the pool itself. With over 10 years of detailed and varied experience you can trust our modern, methodical, and renowned pool inspections to ensure that your pool remains compliant with building standards and regulations.

At Pool Safe Inspections Victoria we strive to prevent accidents from occurring around the pool. Once we have completed our inspections we will provide you with a list of recommendations that you can implement to increase the safety of your pool environment. To book us in to complete one of our renowned pool inspections Brighton residents and beyond can get in touch with us on 1800 431 446.

Frequently Asked Questions In Pool Safety Inspections Victoria

Can I use my fence boundary as part of the barrier?

Yes you can. The new requirements set the boundary barrier at 1.8 metres.

Can I use an above ground pool as part of my barrier.

Yes under AS 1926.1-2012 you can. You must have a Building Surveyor assess an application and issue a building permit

Do I need a building permit for a swimming pool barrier

Yes you need a building permit issued and a Building Inspector pass it.

Does my spa lid form part of the barrier?

No it doesn’t. You need an independent barrier and have it inspected.

Are all powder coated pool fence panels compliant?

Unfortunately not all powder coat fences are not build with the same high quality standards. You can perform a simple test by squeezing two vertical members together to see how rigid your fence panels are. If you can open gaps either side by more than 100mm, they may not meet minimum manufacturing standards.

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