Pool Inspections



When do you need a Pool Safety Inspection?

If you are selling a property that has a pool, then either:

i. A pool inspector must inspect your pool and issue a pool safety certificate before settlement of the contract.

ii. A notice of no pool safety certificate is to be issued before settlement advising that a pool safety  inspection with certificate must be obtained within 90 days of settlement.

If you are renting or leasing a property, a pool safety inspector must assess your pool fence and issue a certificate before entering into the lease.

We provide a FREE Complete Guide to Pool Safety Inspections

Check the safety of your pool fence with the Pool Safety Checklist


Need a Pool Certificate?

Get your Pool Safety Certificate the Quick and Easy way.

Do Your Own Repairs

Carry out your own repairs by following our pool safety inspection guide.

Honest Advice

We aim to make this process as cheap as possible for our clients by offering simple DIY solutions.

Peace of Mind

Our goal is to make sure your pool area is legal and safe for children.








“Aegis Building Inspections conducted a building and pest inspection for us when we were looking to buy our first home. Because of the inspection we managed to get the asking price lowered by a considerable amount. It was a pretty overwhelming time for us, but their friendly attitude and advice helped make the decision to buy a lot easier!”

– Laura Anderson



“We weren’t aware that we needed to have a pool inspection done when we sold our home. We were referred to Aegis Building Inspection who inpsected our pool and gave us some great advice. We were able to get the pool up to safety standards without it costing us a fortune. Thanks Aegis!”

– Elizabeth Grosh