What Are The Electrical Codes For Above Ground Pools?
My electrician is trying to ground my above ground pool. There is no metal on the…
Electrical Question from Sue about Electrical Codes for an Above Ground Pool
Background: Sue, a Homeowner from Danvers, MA
Question: My electrician is trying to ground my above ground pool. There is no metal on the pool supports. They are all resin (plastic) Do you have a suggestion about what he can do?
Thanks for your electrical question Sue.
If the pool is an above ground and is considered storable then the following codes apply:
All electrical equipment used with storable pools are required to be GFCI Protected.
All 125-volt outlets or receptacles within 2o feet of the inside walls of a pool require GFCI Protection.
Receptacles or Outlets are not permitted withinÂ 10 feet from the inside walls of a storable pool.
Receptacles or outlets rated for 15 or 20 amps and are 125 through 250 volts which supply the pool pump motors are required to be GFCI Protected.
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