I was recently researching the possible financial impact of new swimming pool fencing laws on owners of properties with swimming pools (whether the owner’s own homes or their rental properties). According to the Queensland Government website researched, the fee pool fence safety inspectors can charge for these now mandatory pool fence inspections is determined by “the market”. Further research found evidence of widely varying charges – with one pool owner being charged $350 for a pool fence inspection (and then having to make adjustments/repairs to a value of over $900) and then finding another advertised pool inspection charge at only $180. So pool owners need to beware of being unreasonably over-charged and should educate themselves and shop around for the best option. The full report on the different ways these new laws could incur costs for pool owners is available to RenoSave Card Holders. If you’re not a RenoSave Card Holder, you’re missing out not only on exclusive deals with popular business, but on valuable information which could save you money – Click Here to Join Today.