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Pool Inspections


Make sure your pool is safe for all members of the family by getting in touch with the experts at Pool Safe Inspections Victoria. As Victoria’s leading pool safety inspectors our skilled, fully-qualified, and experienced team can give you peace of mind regarding the safety of everyone near the pool, as well as the security of the pool itself.

Along with over a decade of experience inspecting Victorian swimming pools and spas, we are also Registered Building Inspectors with the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) giving everyone who books our services enjoy a service and advice that they can trust.

At Pool Safe Inspections Victoria we strive to provide a leading pool inspection service that ticks all the right boxes and helps you make your pool safe for years to come. Our pool inspections help Pakenham residents take the right steps to making sure that their pools remain safe, and that the installed fencing and barriers conform with industry standards and regulations.

Pool Safe Inspections Victoria is dedicated to providing a methodical and reputable inspection service to every pool owner in Victoria. Book our visit to your pool today by calling our helpful and friendly team 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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