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  1. Sorry for the long post. But maybe it is at least interesting? The short version here is: we had our old pool (built 1969) renovated, and recoated and the coating failed. Does the pool guy have any responsibility for the fact that it failed? A Swimming Pool professional renovated our in-ground pool 2 years ago, giving a 5-year labor warranty. He acted as the sole contractor and we went on his inspection and recommendation alone. He personally did all of the work except the new concrete deck, so he was intimately involved and familiar with every aspect of our pool. We have a hybrid pool: Fiber
  2. Looking for advice/suggestions for a DIY in-ground pool install using fiberglass panels and a poured concrete bottom. Have an opportunity to purchase (CHEAP) a 20x24 fiberglass panel pool. All info online I can find about these suggest they where used years ago? Can find no new manufactures of these panels (any suggestions?). Some questions I have are: What are the steps of installation? How does the fiberglass panel meet the concrete bottom? What supports panels during back filling outside panel & water filling interior of pool? Pour bottom first and set panels on top or set panel
  3. I apologize if I'm posting in the wrong place or this type of post that's not supposed to be here (I'm a new pool owner). We just completed our fiberglass pool and we decided to put in a ledge. Well, I didn't research enough and I found after the fact that some furniture ruins fiberglass. I really want a chaise for my ledge but I'm super nervous. My friend with a fiberglass pool uses ledge lounger(s?) chaises and says they're really good and they're safe for fiberglass. I'd like a second-opinion from experts. Anyone use them, how are they?
  4. I am located in NE Florida and I am interested in building an inground pool some time this year. The prices I have been quoted are 15' X 30' = $17,899 for a vinyl and or $25,000 for fiberglass similar size. I think I will be going with the vinyl. I don't think I will live in this house for more than 10 years so it doesn't have to last a life time. The price quoted includes everything. I was thinking about solar heating, but that was an extra $5,000. That would be a 1/3 of the price of the pool. I think I will settle for natural solar heating. What is everyones opinion on vinyl? Is it worth th
  5. I would like to add coping around my pool with bull nose pavers, but the fiberglass stair insert has a 2 to 3 inch lip. My contractor said he is planning to go around it, but I am not convinced that it will look nice. Is it possible to cut the top lip of the stairs and to install the coping ontop ot the stair's edge? and advice? thank you
  6. I had a new Lonestar Fiberglass Pool installed in August 2013. It has leaked somewhere since. The installer has pressurized lines, replaced skimmer, we've tried everything. The pool drops at least 1 inch a day, regardless of humidity. It seems to slow or stop after it gets lower than the skimmer, and lower than the lights and discharge and suction line. It has one skimmer, three lights, four jet spas (over the two seats), one suction/vacumn line and 3 discharge lines. I've done the bucket test many many times and it fails every time. Any ideas out there? Cal
  7. We've got an unlevel fiberglass pool that has raised up about 3 inches in the shallow end from the normal waterline. I'm talking to pool companies now about what our options are for trying to visually cheat the eye with new cantilevered coping or other options. One person said that he has actually cut the top off of coping in order to bring down the level of unlevelness by a few inches and then put the cantilevered concrete coping over it. I have never heard anyone else mention this technique for dealing with an unlevel pool and was wondering if anyone else has either done this or knows of
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