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Concrete And Grass Install Of Above Ground Pool


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Anyone know how I can setup a new round Intex 10'x30" above ground pool on a rectangular 7'x13' concrete slab that is surrounded by grass? Can I just use ~20 bags of mason sand and fill the cement area up to meet the grass height? Then put some sand on the grass to make it more level too? Is there a better way to do this? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I also purchased a pool pad as well. This will be my first pool setup and want it to be nice for the kids.

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  • 1 month later...

I ended up doing it myself. Just bought 1000 pounds of sand at lowes for 30$. Next time I will use paverstones as bases for the poles as they dig into the sand a little too much, at least on the grass parts. Overall, it's working good so far and the kids love it. Thanks for taking the time to read my post!

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The big majority of above ground swimming pools is that these pools are built directly on the ground. But it depends on some areas of the country that if the ground is too hard then these areas need to be dug up or chipped away in a flat area and then sand or limestone is brought in for leveling. It is a long process and that's why last month my neighbour also wanted to install a new round Intex above ground pool on a rectangular concrete slab that is surrounded by grass, so they had hired a pool install supplier and a driveway contractor Suffolk County who had discussed and planned to build an Intex above ground pool on a rectangular concrete slab. I think so that you should also hire or consult with a professional who can guide you and provide you with the best advice.

 

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