If you own a swimming pool, or are building a new pool, you are required to register your pool online at the NSW Swimming Pool Register. You will need to obtain a certificate even if you are selling or leasing a property with a pool.
To register your pool, you must conduct an assessment and confirm that your pool complies with the relevant safety standards required. The council will then carry out an inspection of your pool and/or spa and will issue you with a Compliance Certificate. The certificate is valid for 3 years.
Are you considering a new pool?
When you deal with at Gem Fencing, you can relax. We keep up to date with NSW legislation and council regulations regarding pool fencing.
We custom design, construct and install pool fencing that is good-looking, sturdy and affordable, using only high-quality Australian-made glass and aluminium components.
For extended durability, we also apply a tough, heat-set powder coating at our Kirrawee factory.
If you have sloping block or rocky terrain, ask us for an assessment. Our skilled installers have the experience to manage many difficult sites, for instance:
Kristy, a client at Grays Point, had an issue with compliance that council had given her a time frame to have rectified. She wanted part of the boundary fence to act as part of the pool fence. The site had huge rocks and heavy bushland, making it difficult for our installers to access. The pool fence was mostly glass and we made the boundary fence out of aluminium at 1.8 metres high onto rock work.
We completed the job on time and council signed off with their approval.
We service all fencing needs – residential and commercial – Pool Fencing, Aluminium Balustrades, Automatic and Manual Gates, Fence Infills, Privacy Screens, Louvres and more.
Gem Fencing Pty Ltd 8 Ethell Road Kirrawee NSW 2232
Phone (02) 9545 4300 - Email firstname.lastname@example.org