Are you buying a Gold Coast property without a valid pool safety certificate? A seller can sell a property without valid certification; however, they will have to give you a notice of no pool safety certificate (Form 36) before you make your offer. In this case, it is always recommended to get a pre-purchase pool inspection done to help you establish if any works need to be carried out on the pool barrier to ensure it’s compliance.
The benefits of getting a pre-purchase pool inspection done before buying the property are:
Our experienced and QBCC licensed inspectors will get your pool safety inspection done right the first time. With a fast turnaround time and friendly service, we’ll help you get the right information you need to make an educated decision before buying the property.Contact us
what we do
Servicing all Gold Coast pools and spas with expert advice and fast service. Whether you’re buying a house with a pool or an apartment with a shared complex pool, our qualified inspectors will help you get the information you need when buying a property without a pool safety certificate.
What we do on the day of inspection:
To get a pool compliant with the safety standards, the cost of the repairs could amount to thousands of dollars. By doing a pre-purchase pool inspection, you can save yourself a lot of money and hassle.
So, for peace of mind, ask us to do your pre-purchase pool inspection. We’ll help you avoid unwanted costs and risk before buying a property without a pool safety certificate.
Make sure your new pool is safe before buying with a Poolinspec pre-purchase pool inspection.
You’ve found your dream home…and it includes a pool! You can’t wait to relax next to the pool during those sweltering summer months, and then the seller presents you with Form 36 – Notice of No Pool Safety Certificate. You’re understandably crushed, but we’re here to help you make the right decision for you and your family with our pre-purchase pool inspections.
Most sellers include Form 36 when they know their pool doesn’t comply and is going to require costly repairs, which means you could be left spending thousands of dollars bringing it up to code. Serious safety issues regarding the pool or spa in the home you are considering buying could spell danger for you and your family if not fixed as quickly as possible.
Queensland law requires that all pools meet official QBCC laws and regulations. This ensures that pools are safe for people to use. Unfortunately, Queensland has the highest rate of child drowning deaths in pools across Australia— and almost all of these heartbreaking tragedies can be avoided by making sure proper pool and spa inspections are completed and any issues highlighted are brought up to code. Our goal is to give customers peace of mind that their pool is safe to reduce the number of tragedies that occur in Queensland pools every year.
Our experienced and QBCC licensed inspectors will examine the area surrounding your pool including:
After completing our inspection, we will provide you with a detailed report of everything your potential new pool needs to ensure it meets the QBCC safety requirements. We don’t want you to face any unexpected costs when attempting to bring your pool up to code and we’re happy to recommend qualified and licensed contractors that we know and trust. We always want to help you make an informed decision on whether or not the home you are considering purchasing is the right financial decision for you.
Don’t risk facing unexpected, costly safety issues that will keep you from enjoying your new pool and book a pre-purchase pool inspection today.
Are you thinking of buying a property without a valid pool safety certificate? According to the pool safety laws, the seller can sell without valid pool certification, however, they will have to issue a notice of no pool safety certificate (Form 36) before buyers put in an offer for the property.
As the buyer, you will benefit from getting a pre-purchase pool inspection before buying the house because:
You will need a qualified and QBCC licensed pool safety inspector to do your pool safety inspection. Building and pest inspections usually only cover defects and pest problems on the property and the inspectors are not qualified to test if your pool barrier complies with the Qld pool safety standards.
At a pre-purchase pool inspection, the inspector will check that your pool barrier complies with all of the Qld pool fence regulations. There are over 100 safety points that can be checked when inspecting a pool. Some of these include:
By getting a pre-purchase pool inspection, the inspector will give you a same-day, clear and easy to understand report that will show any repairs that are needed so that you can make an educated decision before buying the house.