Have you received a non compliant pool fencing notice from council?

Have you had your pool inspected by Council, been issued with a non compliant pool fencing notice and are now wondering what to do next?

First step, is to get a private certifier with design and building knowledge who understands how design solutions fit within the regulations.

Detail of open air swimming pool with clean blue water

The NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992 requires Councils to develop and adopt a program for the inspection of swimming pools in their area.  As part of your council’s program you, or your client, may have already received a visit from the council inspectors.

If you have been issued with a non compliant pool fencing notice from council, you now need to take steps to make it comply with code. Council will tell you that you are non compliant, but not provide any options for how the none compliant aspects are to be fixed.

To do this, engage Armstrong Projects Pool Inspections to come and provide you with the options for getting this done.

Armstrong Projects are Private Certifiers for Swimming Pool Fences, accredited with the Building Professionals Board, with a background in Building and Design and a track record of providing solutions for pool fences that making the barrier compliant, without having to compromise your design or destroy your established landscaping.

So if you have received a non compliance from council get a private certifier with design and building knowledge to deliver you a design based solution.

 

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