PEACE OF MIND
Selling, leasing, or buying a Gladstone property with a pool?
Book a pool safety inspection with our licensed pool inspector
Have peace of mind knowing your pool is safe
Total Build and Pest is a local family-run business that understands the concerns that you may have when considering the safety mix of children and swimming pools.
That’s why our qualified and licensed pool inspectors’ take their role seriously to ensure your family’s pool safety.
We ensure your swimming pool or spa fencing and access points comply with Queensland pool safety legislation.
There’s no need to worry, we make it simple!
Why do I need a Pool Safety Certificate?
All residential pools and outdoor spas in Queensland must be registered with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). Fines are applicable if your pool or spa is not registered.
How often do I update a Pool Safety Certificate?
Pool safety certificates are valid in Queensland for one year for a shared pool and two years for a non-shared pool.
How often do you have to get a pool safety certificate in Qld?
For a residential pool safety certificate, it’s two years, but you’re not required to get another certificate unless you are leasing, renting, or selling a property. All you need to do is to make sure that your pool fencing remains compliant.
Do I need a Pool Safety Certificate when buying or selling a home?
You can sell your property with or without a pool safety certificate, however, there are requirements either way. For more information visit this link
How do I know if a pool is certified?
You can search the QLD Pool Safety Registration to check if a pool has been registered and whether a certificate of compliance (valid for two years) has been issued.
Pool / SpaSafety Certificate Inspection
- Swimming Pool Inspection by a licenced Pool Safety Inspector
- Pool re-inspection (if required)
- Pool Safety Certificate
*Gladstone region only. Outer regions $295 inc GST