Pool Inspector

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A pre-season inspection not only makes sure that the pool is safe for use but also provides the owner with valuable information about the condition of the pool. The cost is relatively nominal when compared to the value of what is being saved. It will pay itself off after the first time you have to be called out because of an emergency repair or replacement. These items could be a hole in the liner, a crack in the plaster, or a plumbing leak. If you have any doubts about whether you should be doing a pre-season inspection, ask yourself whether you would drive your car without an inspection every time before you hit the road. It goes without saying that a professional Pool Inspector should regularly inspect your pool if you’re to save on unnecessary repairs and maintenance that can be costly. Pool inspections are a great way to ensure that your pool is in good shape and safe for you and your family. It also provides peace of mind, knowing that you will be alerted to any problems or damage before it becomes an issue. This way, we can help you better assess the situation and handle the situation accordingly before things get worse. At Safe Pools Australia, we’ve made it easy to schedule an inspection. We have years of industry experience and our inspectors are thorough with the process.



A good pool inspector will take note of any problems or deficiencies and provide you with a detailed report at the end of the inspection. Our customer service is unmatched and we offer flexible appointment times so that you’re not being inconvenienced because of an inspection. Taking corrective action before issues become challenging is something that we at Safe Pools Australia can definitely handle for you. Give us a call today.



Pool Inspectors


The law regarding swimming pool compliance inspection varies from state to state so it is always advised to have a licensed swimming pool inspector check the state requirements before starting any renovations or building of a new swimming pool. There are several combinations to check if your business is to operate, even on private property. For the sake of not only compliance but also peace of mind, it’s important that you’re working with professional Pool Inspectors. At Safe Pools Australia, we take away the guesswork from the process. Our seasoned inspectors will ensure that the work is being done to the highest standard of quality and professionalism. You’ll be working with a licensed pool inspector who is up to date on the latest technologies and knows the law regarding swimming pool compliance inspection. Our inspectors will check all access points to the pool. We will also check for possible leaks that could be affecting the swimming pool's ability to hold water. Clients can also expect an assessment of the current filtration system.




Pool Inspection


Backyard swimming pools are a fun way to beat the heat and spend time with friends and family, but these structures also pose a number of potential threats to safety. To start off with the basics: before anybody ever steps foot into your swimming pool, you need to know what kind of steps are necessary for adequate protection. Check the pH levels in the water regularly. Although most people won’t be swimming in water with high levels of chlorine, it’s still a good idea to make sure it doesn’t get too high. This is especially important for urban pools with lots of children who are more susceptible to skin irritations. Aim for around 7.2-7.6 pH levels to prevent irritation and illness from occurring among swimmers.  Pay close attention to the chemical balance. The water in your swimming pool might be safe to swim in, but it could also cause irritation, so you need to make sure the levels of chlorine and pH are appropriate.



Clean the filters regularly to avoid unwanted bacteria and other unwelcome contaminants that can take over your swimming pool. The longer you wait to do this, the harder it is to keep the water clear and safe for swimmers. For a first-time pool owner, it can be overwhelming to keep up with the maintenance tasks. You also don’t want to buy a pool without knowing its true condition. At Safe Pools Australia, we’ll work with you to ensure that the Pool Inspection is being done up to code. We can also arrange for a suitable time to carry out the inspection depending on your schedule.


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Safe Pools Australia
The Peninsula on the Bay, Ground Floor, 435 Nepean Highway, Frankston, Victoria 3199