Hello, new to the forum long time lurker.
I am currently in the brainstorming/money saving stage so about 2-3 years from breaking ground.
I'm slowly getting my mind set on round corner T shaped shotcrete pool with a beach entry.
I've read through the Cobb County Georgia pool code (which reads like it is for public pools only) it says the beach entry slope must be 1:12' (8.3%) until it reaches the deep end or slope break. Then with pools that go deeper than 5' you can have a max 30% slope on the floor.
My question is how long do you think a beach entry ramp must legally be then?
From the way the code reads, couldn't I have a 4' long entry then 'slope break' to something more productive like 18%+?
I'm not a fan of stairs or dropoffs or ladders so I plan on keeping the pool small enough to not require two entry points.
Has anyone here built a pool in cobb county ga?