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    New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks for taking a look. I'm new to pools and will be reading through Pool School shortly. I'm in the process of selecting a design and builder - currently looking at national companies Anthony and Sylvan and Premier Pools. I'll try to attach the designs from each using Tapatalk shortly.

    Anyway, I'm curious as to your thoughts on what the minimum clearance that I should consider for jumping areas from a jumping point to the other side (say a raised deck or pilaster near the Jacuzzi in the designs). Anyone have thoughts on this?

    Thanks for your feedback.

    Paul

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    Re: New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

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    Re: New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

    Another thing I'm questioning is to make the middle the swap end and both ends the shallow end.

    What does the community think of this approach? Any depth recommendations?

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    Re: New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

    Both looks great. As for depth recommendations you're asking for. Go for 8ft at deep end to start with. For shallow end. 3.5ft is strongly recommended

    Good luck with your project and I am interested to see progress pictures especially with the dig!
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    Re: New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

    Thanks Bargearse. Any thoughts on span for jumping?

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    Re: New Build in Las Vegas - Questions before I Dive In

    Bump. Anyone have thoughts on proper span for jumping?

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