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Tweed Coast Pool Safety Inspection Services

Summer is just around the corner, and for many Tweed Coast homeowners, that means it’s time to start thinking about pool safety.

Whether you’re a new pool owner or you’ve had your pool for years, it’s important to make sure your pool is up to code and safe for swimmers of all ages. That’s where pool safety inspections come in.

A pool safety inspection is a comprehensive assessment of your pool and its surrounding areas to ensure that everything meets the relevant safety standards. Not only is it a legal requirement in many cases, but it’s also an important step in protecting your loved ones and avoiding potential accidents.

So why wait?

Contact us today and take the first step towards keeping your family safe with a certified safe pool area.

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What's included in our Tweed Coast Pool Safety Inspection

At SEQ Inspections we offer professional and reliable pool safety inspections for Tweed Coast homeowners.

Our experienced inspectors will thoroughly assess your pool and provide you with a detailed report outlining any issues or areas of concern.

With our help, you can enjoy your pool with confidence, knowing that it’s safe for everyone who uses it.

Our pool safety report will include the following:

So if you want to ensure the safety your property’s pool area, invest in a pool safety inspection report today.

What we check for

In Queensland, Australia, pool safety inspections are conducted to ensure that residential and commercial pools comply with the state’s pool safety regulations. During a pool safety inspection, the following items are typically checked:

Pool fencing

The pool fence must be a minimum height of 1200mm, have no gaps or openings greater than 100mm, and have self-closing and self-latching gates.

Gates and latches

The gate must be self-closing and self-latching, and the latch must be at least 1500mm above the ground.

Boundary fencing

If the pool is situated on a property boundary, the boundary fence must also comply with pool safety regulations.

Non-climbable zone

Non-climbable zones must be present and free of objects that could be used to climb the fence.

CPR Signage

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) signage must be present and visible.

Pool barriers

Any doors or windows that lead to the pool area must have pool barriers installed, and must comply with pool safety regulations.

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A selection of photos showcasing the services carried out during a typical Tweed Coast pool safety inspection.

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FAQ's about Tweed Coast Pool Safety Inspections

Find out all there is to know about a pool safety inspection on the Tweed Coast.

Yes, all Tweed Coast pools in Queensland require a pool safety certificate. This includes residential pools, portable pools, and spas.

Pool safety certificates are valid for two years. After two years, you will need to arrange for a new inspection and obtain a new certificate.

If your Tweed Coast pool does not pass the inspection, you will be provided with a list of non-compliant items that need to be addressed. You will then have a period of time to rectify these items before a follow-up inspection is conducted.

Yes, all Tweed Coast pools and spas in Queensland, including above-ground pools, require a pool fence that complies with the relevant safety standards.

No, pool safety inspections must be carried out by a licensed pool safety inspector who has been approved by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).

SEQ Inspections is licensed to perform Tweed Coast Pool Safety Inspections. You can also search for a licensed pool safety inspector on the QBCC website, or you can ask for recommendations from friends, family, or your local pool supplier.

Yes, if your pool does not comply with the safety standards and you do not rectify the non-compliant items within the specified timeframe, you can be fined. The amount of the fine will depend on the severity of the non-compliance.

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