Drowning is one of the leading causes of death for Australian children. Regular checking and maintenance of your pool barrier and gates can help prevent deaths such as this. Why put your family and friends at risk? As a homeowner with a pool/spa, it is your responsibility to ensure that your pool area is safe and maintained in accordance with Australian Standards Act 1926.1-2012.
With our broad knowledge in all types of pool fencing, Dolphin Fencing have the experience to ensure your existing pool barrier is compliant.
We stock various latches and hinges so can often complete fixes on the spot with no need for another service call out and have a common sense approach to solutions to ensure your costs are kept to a minimum.
For all other areas give us a call on (03) 5975 1655
If your glass pool fencing has been damaged, it must be repaired so it remains compliant. Chipped, broken or cracked glass panels will need to be replaced; even those missing a piece on a corner can be a danger.
Keep your pool fencing looking great. If it gets damaged, get it repaired. You want to keep your pool and its surrounds looking paramount, and that includes your glass pool fencing.
Your pool gate may only require a simple inexpensive adjustment to the latch or hinges, but we can supply and install a full range of latches and hinges, call us on 03 5975 1655 today so your pool gate complies:
Absolutely not, we work on all gates, whether installed by us or not.Q. Can you come out and check whether my pool fence and gate is compliant?
Yes, we can; service call out charges may apply.Q. If I am changing the alignment of my existing pool fence, do I need a permit?
Yes, we can arrange all relevant building permits.Q. My swimming pool was built after 1st May 2010, how should my fence comply?
All swimming pools and spas constructed after 1st May 2010 must comply with Australian Standard 1926.1-2012. This means that the pool area must not have direct access via a door from a building, such as a house or a garage. More information can be found at the Victorian Building Authority website: http://www.vba.vic.gov.au/