Pool Diving Boards
Dive safely into your pool
Practice diving for competitions
Create fun times for the family
When the heat comes, so does the desire to dive into the cool water.
That first dive shouldn’t be boring, it should have some spring to it. That’s where your new diving board comes in.
Bombora Diving Board
Mondo Diving Platform
- Designed for new and retrofit applications.
- Designed to stand up to harsh pool environments.
- Features a high-grade, slip-resistant tread surface for maximum safety.
- Available in white or pewter grey.
TrueTread Diving Board White
- Revolutionary TrueTread™ surface provides a modern, sporty look & feel.
- Unique texture provides an exceptional launching grip that’s easy on the feet.
- Can be paired with most S.R.Smith diving stands.
- Ideal replacement board, provides a fresh, custom look.
- Available in 183 cm and 244 cm lengths.
- Salt Pool Friendly.
Each diving board features:
You didn’t build a pool to just sit there.
3 Easy Steps To Creating a Haven of Fun
Follow these steps
Experience the thrill of a perfect dive
Diving boards are fun for everyone, and make the perfect addition to any pool.
Simply having a pool isn’t enough reason for people to use it, it needs to pique interest and curiosity.
Don’t let another season go by where your pool lies empty, still and quiet, order your pool diving board today.
To safely install an S.R.Smith diving board, the pool must have a “minimum diving water envelope” as defined by the United States pool industry safety standards (ANSI/APSP/ICC-5 2011 Standard for Residential Inground Swimming Pools or ANSI/NSPI-1 2003 Standard for Public Swimming Pools). Diving envelopes range from a Type 0 (non-diving pool) up to a Type IX (large, commercial swimming pool). These Pool Types are determined by a series of depth measurements, including several width and depth measurements at various points in your pool.
Since pools come in many shapes and sizes, it is best to contact a pool professional in your area to measure and type your pool, and provide you with diving board options that are appropriate for your pool. In addition, not all diving boards and stands are designed to work together. Your pool professional can make sure that the diving board and stand you have selected are compatible.
You should have your diving board properly replaced by a reputable pool professional in your area. Professional installation of your diving board ensures that the board is properly fit to your pool’s size and shape. Diving boards should never be removed and used in another pool without proper consultation with a professional. Please visit our dealer locator to search for a qualified pool professional in your area.
You can use one of our epoxy kits to reconfigure the bolt pattern for a new stand. The old bolts can be sawed off flush with the deck, and new bolts installed. You may have to move the bolt pattern slightly to avoid the existing bolts.
Visually inspect the board for any cracks, rusting hardware, or other damage. Any sign of damage is immediate cause for board replacement.
The minimum concrete pad for a residential diving board is 243.8 cm by 122 cm by 15.2 cm. Diving stands have to meet local government codes. Please check with your pool professional and reference your diving board’s installation manual for exact requirements.
Yes. Epoxy kits are available for surface mounting various bolt patterns to support diving board stands. We also have kits available for pavered decks.
A jump board is a board on a stand that has a spring of some sort; a diving board is a board on a stationary, non-spring stand.