How deep should a pool be for a jumping rock?
The depth of a swimming pool with a jumping rock should be from 4 to 9 feet (1 to 3 m). The depth will depend on the height of your jumping rock. For rocks a few feet above the water surface, 4-5 feet (1-2 m) in depth is OK.
What is a dive rock?
They are rocks used as diving platforms for pools. You can have a man-made diving board, or you can have a range of different choices of stone diving platforms. The most common stone dive rock is a sculptural rock – often 4 – 5 feet in width – and 12 – 24″ tall.
What is a jumping rock?
Jump rocks are an alternative to diving boards. The jump rocks installed by Fox Pools & Spas are modular boulders created by RicoRock®. These modular boulders are cast molded from natural stone.
Are diving boards safe?
Diving boards are a high insurance risk because of their structure and purpose. If people are horsing around they can severely injure themselves on a diving board. The parents, or homeowners, are then responsible to accident. The danger of a diving board is never really thought of because it’s much fun to use.
How deep does a pool have to be to have a diving board?
8 feet deep
The safe depth for a diving board
Thankfully, the depth isn’t that deep and is within the range of most backyard pools. You must have a pool that is at least 8 feet deep.