Pool Barrier Inspections

Ensuring Australian Standards Compliance

Pool Barrier and Pool Condition report

An inspection of the Pool Barrier to Australian Standards AS1926.1-1993 and general condition of the pool.

Includes the following:

  • Pool fence and gates

  • Doors and windows leading onto the pool enclosure

  • Pool structure

  • Pool deck and surrounds

  • Pumps

  • Automated Chlorinators

  • *Solar heating pumps

  • Light

  • Electric power points

 

*Gas and electric heat pumps excluded.

 

When buying a home the Pool barrier and general Pool condition is not necessarily specifically included in your contract. And apart from your home it is probably the single most expensive asset on the property.

The Australian Standards AS4349-1 for pre purchase inspections specifically excludes pools spas and pool barriers so it is not a requirement for the building inspector to check. 

Pool Barrier regulations in WA fall under a separate Australian Standard AS1926.1-1993 and the Building Act 2011. While only your local municipal council can issue a pool safety certificate, The Inspection Agency team are fully trained for Pool Barrier inspections and Pool Condition reporting when completing a Perth Building Inspection. 

Our Pool Barrier and Pool condition report will give you peace of mind. The last thing you want is a delay in settlement when these things are only picked up at you final walk through inspection only days before settlement.