What is a High Risk Pool Enclosure

Is your pool enclosure a 'Significant Risk to Publlic Safety?'

What is a High Risk Pool Enclosure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pool owners who are selling their property are required to obtain a Certificate of Compliance or Non Compliance to include in the Sales Contract. However where a pool enclosure is deemed a significant risk to public safety (and occupants are included as the public) your Checklist likely looks like this. Don’t wait until you are ready to sell to discover that you own a high risk pool enclosure. Take action to reduce the risk so that you can use the Non Compliance Certificate to sell.

Reach out to our Pool Compliance Inspector at Pool Certify

The information provided in this article is for general informational purposes only. While we strive to offer accurate and up-to-date content, it is not intended to replace professional advice. The publisher of this article cannot be held liable for the creation of any new non-compliances, a failure to comply issued by this or any other inspector,  that may have resulted after reading and acting on the general information contained herein, or any damages, injuries, or losses that may result from the application of the information provided where the pool owner has not sought appropriate professional on-site advice prior to taking action.

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