With the other post about bonding / shocking problems, I have a few questions but I dont want to off track that thread.
About 4 years ago I had the cement around my pool ripped completely out and had pavers installed. The pavers were installed on crushed stone. About a 4" base of that. I know my paving guy didnt do any bonding on these pavers around the pool.
It never seemed to be an issue.
Now I added a new patio off those pavers that connects to the crushed stone around the pool. This different paver guy used 4" of cement instead of crushed stone. It doesnt come near the pool, but it directly connects to the old pavers around it that sit on the crushed stone to make everything flow...
Can this in any way be dangerous if there is stray voltage or something else?
I'm asking because just recently I have been having an issue with lights in a garden near the pool.
They are tripping the GFCI they connect to. I dont know if the problem is with the GFCI or there really is a problem somewhere. I am going to switch out the GFCI.
This GFCI also hooks up to the pool light. So now with that other thread and me having some minor electrical issues around the pool, I am getting a little concerned