Pool/spa cleaning and maintenance, unless it is agreed that the landlord will be supplying a regular cleaning and maintenance service as per your tenancy agreement, this will be a tenant responsibility.
Please note that if regular cleaning does not occur by the tenant, high costs can be incurred to bring it back to its original clean state. If this occurs, this will be at tenant cost. It is also a tenant responsibility to ensure that the pool/spa is kept topped up with water, and must not empty the pool/spa without written approval from us.
Any damage to the pool and equipment from lack of cleaning/maintenance will be charged to the tenant.
Supplying of pool treatment chemicals will be a tenant responsibility, at tenant cost.
Pool/Spa Fences and Gates
We must be notified immediately if fences and gates are not functioning correctly, and the gate fails to self-close promptly when opened. State pool/spa regulations must be observed at all times.
Swimming Pools Safety Guidelines for Consumers Fair Trading Fact Sheet - see the PDF available on this page.