Pool Fencing Regulations
The Building Code of Australia 2010 introduced many new building guidelines and best practices in order to standardise the building industry and improve safety. This updated code of practice introduced new pool fencing regulations that all new pools must now conform to.
As a fully registered building surveyor, Nicholson Wright offers a pool consultation service to help ensure your pool conforms with the new pool fencing regulations.
The new pool fencing regulations state that:
- All pools must have a safety barrier
- Safety barriers should be of a particular height
- Pool fencing should include self-closing and self-latching gates
- Pools should not be accessible via external doors from dwellings
These new pool fencing regulations are concerned with safety and are the responsibility of the swimming pool owner. If you require a pool consultation to make sure your pool complies with all the new pool fencing regulations then contact Nicholson Wright today...
Pool Consultation from Nicholson Wright
Nicholson Wright offers a pool consultation service to determine if your proposed pool safety barrier will comply with the pool fencing regulations as introduced by AS1926.1 and the Building Code of Australia prior to final inspection.
All metropolitan pool consultations are charged at $100.00 inc GST per hour (including travel time). Country pool consultation fees are typically $155 however vary by area so call us for pricing details.
Please contact us to arrange a pool consultation. There are two type of services offered:
(a) On-site advice in the presence of the owner
(b) Where required, a follow-up report (report incurs additional fees).
Pool regulations Victoria
As one of the leading building surveyors in Victoria, Nicholson Wright is perfectly placed to provide assistance with the swimming pool regulations Victoria and swimming pool standards.