I had a slab poured next to my patio to make my patio big enough for an AGP. The 12x30 metal frame pool will sit on the new slab, and I plan on upgrading to a 14x42 pool in a few years which will sit partly on the new slab.
The slab was poured yesterday, today I checked the slope and found it's 5" inches diagonally! My own fault for not telling him to make it level, I just assumed it would have a tiny bit of slope like my existing patio and would be fine. Big mistake on my part.
Any suggestions on how I can fix this? I'm thinking about raising the low end with pink foam insulation, and raising the poles down there with bricks. But it sounds like a lot of work to get level. I'll have to sand the pink boards to taper them off toward the high side. How high could I safely raise it? Could I raise just the poles somewhat and let the liner stretch? Any other ideas?
Arg the whole reason I had a slab poured is so I wouldn't have to do all this leveling work (and also to make use the the larger patio in spring and fall). Feeling sick to my stomach right now...