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All our pool inspectors hold unconditional licences with the QBCC which means we are authourised by the QBCC to make instant rectifications or carry out repairs to pass a pool on the first inspection

 

We aim to be a one stop shop for pool safety. By carrying out safety inspections, minor repairs and issuing safety certificates on the same day we can save you time and money and bring you up to compliance

 

Small gate adjustments, minor trimming of climbable vegetation or the occasional missing screws are normally not charged for and there are no hidden costs such as added GST, second inspection charge, testing extra gates or overpriced CPR signs.

 

Our inspection reports are concise and detailed, which all include photos and suggested rectifications of noncompliant issues. Should the repairs be more involved we can supply a quote along with the nonconformity notice.

 

Our pricing for repairs is highly competitive and you will also have the peace of mind that we understand the laws and will ensure the repairs meet the requirements of the new pool safety standards.

If you want to know more, watch the short video to get the full picture

Did you know that every pool in Queensland must be compliant by the end of November 2015?

 

Using an Inspector with Conditions on their licence means they are not permitted to carry out any repairs.

 

Don’t risk using tradesmen who are not aware of the pool safety regulations.

 

Register Your Pool

If you haven't already registered, record your details online or if you're not sure, search the pool safety register database 

Make sure your pool barrier complies with the law

To help you understand more, see the QBCC website link "does your pool comply" or to make it even easier, use the QBCC

online interactive "pool compliance checklist"

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