At North West Pool Inspections, we are a dedicated business specializing in providing top-quality pool inspection services in Melbourne, with only one objective in our mind:
“Our mission is to offer our valued customers exceptional pool inspection services that provide peace of mind and confidence in their aquatic oasis.”
With our extensive experience and commitment to excellence, we have become a trusted name in the pool inspection industry in Melbourne. Our team of skilled professionals is equipped with the expertise and knowledge to thoroughly assess the condition of your pool and its surrounding elements.
At North West Pool Inspections in Melbourne, we understand the importance of ensuring pool safety for you and your loved ones. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, we offer comprehensive pool safety inspections that give you peace of mind.
Our team of highly skilled professionals is trained to conduct thorough pool safety inspections in Melbourne. We prioritize the well-being of our clients and work diligently to assess all critical aspects of your pool to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations.
With North West Pool Inspections, you can trust that every step of the inspection process is handled with utmost care and precision. From the moment you contact us, we guide you through the inspection process, providing clear communication and professional guidance to address any concerns or questions you may have.
There are 3 different deadlines in which you must lodge a Certificate of Barrier Compliance with your local council, as determined by the Victorian Building Authority. The deadlines differ based upon the date range in which your pool or spa was constructed, as specified by your local council following registration.
Construction Date Range
On or before 30 June 1994 – 1st of June 2022
From 1 July 1994 until 30 April 2010 – 1st of June 2023
From 1 May 2010 until 31 October 2020 – 1st of June 2024
There is a fine of up to $1,652.20 for failure to lodge a Certificate of Barrier Compliance within the set timeframes.
If your pool is not compliant, we will issue a report detailing matters requiring rectification giving a maximum of 60 days to comply. If after a Re-Inspection, the matters have not been rectified, but substantial works have been attended to, we can give you a further 7 days. If substantial works have not occurred or no attempt made to rectify the non-compliance matters, we are required by Law to issue a Non-Compliance Certificate.
Failure to comply may incur an Infringement Notice and fines from your council in accordance with Victorian Building Authority regulations.
If you are concerned your pool or spa may not be compliant, we encourage you to book our preliminary barrier inspection service as an initial step before inspection, allowing you time to address any issues in your own time rather than regulatory timelines, while not triggering any additional council imposed fees.