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Infinity Glass: Sydney frameless glass to suit your look

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Infinity Glass: Sydney frameless glass to suit your look

As a locally owned and operated boutique business, Infinity Glass tailors Sydney frameless glass solutions for both residential and commercial properties across the city. Armed with ten plus years of experience and a commitment to premium quality service, we possess the expertise and knowledge to deliver salient solutions to suit your desired look and needs. We can provide advice on the range of aspects related to design, supply and installation of frameless glass in Sydney and offer a free measure and quote. We utilise premium quality glass and associated hardware to ensure a safe and aesthetically-pleasing glass in your property...

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Registering your pool and spa in NSW

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To register your pool in NSW, you will need to complete the online form on the NSW Government's website: http://www.swimmingpoolregister.nsw.gov.au/pooldb/pgOwnerLandingStep 1 - enter your email addressStep 2 - click on the link in the email to go to the registration page.Step 3 - answer the four questions by choosing the answer the best matches your swimming pool.Step 4 - depending on the information you enter, the relevant pool safety checklist will be providedStep 5 - inspect your pool using the checklist provided.Step 6 - complete the registration form and a registration certificate will provided to confirm that your pool is...

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NSW Government gives pool fence compliance extension - You still have time to get your swimming pool fence certified.

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The NSW Office of Local Government announced on Friday (28th March 2014) that the provisions requiring a property with a swimming pool to have a certificate of compliance before it is sold or leased will now commence on the 29th April 2015.Pool owners across the state will now have more time to ensure swimming pools and spas are compliant prior to the sale or lease of their property after the Real Estate Institute of NSW voiced its concerns earlier this year.“Real estate industry representatives want more time to ensure properties with a pool are compliant before selling or leasing.” Ross...

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