A water pressure certificate can be provided to assist hydraulic designers find appropriate fire-fighting systems to suit the development.
How do I request a Water Pressure Certificate?
To obtain a Water Pressure Certificate submit our online Water Pressure Certificate Request.
When you submit the request, you will be asked to upload a Service Location Plan. This will help avoid assessment delays by ensuring we are testing the correct line.
What is a Service Location Plan?
The Service Location Plan is used to indicate where you would like the water pressure tested. To avoid unnecessary delays in processing, a pointer should be used rather than a circle or cross (which can cover relevant information). Please see below example. Your plan can be uploaded in jpg or pdf format and must be no greater than 10MB.
Example of Site Location Plan
How long does it take to receive a Water Pressure Certificate?
A water pressure certificate can take up to 20 working days to process.
When a request for a Water Pressure Certificate is received, Shoalhaven Water will review the request and issue the applicant an invoice. This must be paid prior to issuing the certificate.
To avoid unnecessary delays, please ensure your details are correct and the Site Location Plan is clearly marked.