Tuggerah, Wyong, Gosford and the Central Coast
Pool owners are responsible for ensuring their pool is compliant with state safety regulations under NSW law. To ensure this, you’ll need a Certificate of Compliance from a qualified pool inspector. Certificates of compliance state that a pool has met the government’s safety regulations.
Being caught out with a non-compliant pool can be expensive, so it’s important to check that your pool meets these regulations so you can make any necessary renovations before being issued with a Certificate of Non-Compliance and/or a fine. If you’re buying a house with a pool, it’s even more important: selling the house means it’s the new homeowner’s – a.k.a. your – responsibility to ensure compliance within 90 days.
During a pool inspection, we’ll look at:
Tuggerah Pools provides expert pool inspection services at a competitive price to put your mind at ease. Pools that pass the inspection will receive a Certificate of Compliance on the same day. We’ll work around your schedule and come when it’s convenient for you, and provide you with a checklist ahead of the inspection so you know what we’ll be looking for and can avoid a failed inspection.
Better yet, if something needs repairing or renovating to pass the inspection, we’ll take care of it for you – no need to call multiple people and arrange multiple visits!