The plumbing for the sheer descents is coming up behind the raised bondbeam. That plumbing isn't set in the bondbeam.That wall is great... I thought plumbing in the bondbeam causes cracks? there a lot of pipes in that walll!
No, they won't be burying a sewer clean out cover under the fire pit. That cover is actually just covering where our existing gas line is. We planned for a fire pit and bbq island about 12 years ago when we originally put in our backyard. We just couldn't afford to add those items at the time, but knew we would want to add them some day. So, my husband just covered the hole with that sewer cover. I will be happy to get rid of that cover and the other existing pipes that are sticking up on our patio for the island. If you look to the very right in this picture, you can see the pipes sticking out of the patio for the bbq island.looks great.. Your mason is doing a great job. Be sure they leave you some air holes in your fire pit. I assume that is not really a sewer clean out cover they will be burying under the fire pit??
I can't help you since my rule is no diving. I would assume 8' or more with a gradual trough so you don't run into the bottom.What is general rule for diving...8 feet deep? Planning our PB at the moment and still on fence between 7 or 8. We plan to have a raised wall of 18-24" high.
Sorry not meant to hijack thread.
Yes, our pool will definitely have a no diving rule. We actually increased our pool depth from 6 ft to 7 ft just because we wanted to make sure that there was plenty of room to jump safely off of the wall into the deep end.Your pool looks very nice. With that abrupt depth change you will need to make sure that everyone understands that you can jump off the wall but you can't dive off the wall.