We realise that non-payment of debts causes financial distress and costs the industry millions of dollars each year. Under our minimum financial requirements policy, you need to pay all debts within agreed trading terms.
Failure to pay a legitimately owed debt that is not subject to genuine dispute will result in loss of licence.
Two officers from South Australia’s Office of the Technical Regulator – Plumbing visited Brisbane recently for the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) meeting, and took the opportunity to talk plumbing regulation and work standards with the QBCC.
We took the opportunity to show the SA team how plumbing regulations are implemented in Queensland, which included a visit to Moreton Bay Council.
The biggest problem that seems to occur with concrete swimming pools is the de-bonding of the plaster lining from the pool shell.
The reason for this defect is usually due to defective construction, including inadequate application of the pool lining.
The Australian Standard governing concrete swimming pools is AS 2783-1992: Use of reinforced concrete for small swimming pools. It sets out the basic requirements for the design and construction of a pool, and is worth a read if you’re in the construction business.