Codes? Permitting? huh?YankeeTarheel wrote: ↑Thu Mar 19, 2020 4:32 pmThose are nearly identical for what I have for my pool--mine have slightly different front face but that's irrelevant.senorgrand wrote: ↑Wed Mar 18, 2020 9:13 pm I was going to use these bad boys:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Pavestone-3 ... /202274512
Be certain where you start your wall is far enough back. I don't remember exactly but I believe that you're supposed to be back twice the height of the wall. So if you want to go up 3', you have to be back 6'. I won't swear to it, and you should check, otherwise you'll need an engineer. Also check with your local building codes and permitting needs. If you were required to get a permit, and didn't, and there's an accident, your insurance won't cover you and the courts will back them.
Thanks for the guidelines!