Building and Pest Inspections in Sydney Premium Building Inspections

By: pbinspections | July 21, 2016

Has your residential pool undergone inspection for safety regulations? Does it have a valid Pool Safety Certificate? Are you buying, selling or renting a property and worried for annual pool safety inspections in Sydney? It’s mandatory for you to follow the pool safety laws of Queensland that were introduced back in 2009 but now applies to all swimming pools—existing as well as new. These laws are part of the government’s effort to decrease the incidents of drowning and dangerous immersion injuries caused to young kids swimming in the pool. There are many licensed and certified companies to help the pool owners with pool safety inspections in Sydney and make them avoid penalty for non-compliance. Each Australian state has different criteria...

By: pbinspections | June 22, 2016

A swimming pool is considered to be one of the most valuable assets in a home and it can be a perfect place where your family and friends can have some of the best times of their lives. Owning a home with swimming pools is so much fun for homeowners in Sydney. But, it’s quite hard to comprehend that drowning is one of the leading causes of death in Sydney for children aged one to five years old. That’s why pool fences need to be inspected on a regular basis and maintained to make sure they are and will remain child resistant. No matter what, good quality and well-maintained swimming pool fences can save lives. But it can be a major headache for pool owners in Sydney that just don’t go away easily!

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By: pbinspections | May 24, 2016

A pool is an attractive feature that enhances a home or property’s value in Sydney. When having pool in your Sydney home, it becomes vital to ensure its’ safety and longevity that will help in saving your money in the near future. With a certified pool, you will be assured of minimizing any kind of potential injury risk due to malfunctioning equipment as well as stay away from unsafe conditions.

There are certain things that you will need to check for making your pool safe:

  • Your pool should have a barrier or fence completely surrounding it
  • The fence or barrier around your pool should adhere to set guidelines
  • Access to the pool area should include windows and door or gates that complies with regulations

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