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    Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    The pool when we bought the house, and the same pool after we had it redone:

    The Green Pool.jpgPool After 2.jpg
    16K gallon IG exposed aggregate pool with Aquarite SWG T15 cell, Hayward C1750 filter, EcoStar SP3400VSP pump, H400FD pool/spa heater, Polaris PB4-60 booster pump, 280 pressure cleaner, Hayward Super II spa pump and Air Supply Silencer spa blower

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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Needs some bikini models to really give it the right atmosphere.
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Looks great! What kind of decking is that? Almost looks like Mexican adobe pavers.
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    that deck is very nice looking
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Great transformation!
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    much better indeed! great job!

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard320 View Post
    Needs some bikini models to really give it the right atmosphere.

    YES! throw yours on Richard and give us a stroll down the catwalk!
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    I was having a VERY nice breakfast when the image of ole' Richard320 doing a catwalk stroll came up. I may never be the same!
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Wow! Nice pool!
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Quote Originally Posted by duraleigh View Post
    I was having a VERY nice breakfast when the image of ole' Richard320 doing a catwalk stroll came up. I may never be the same!
    LOL, ohh the horror
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle View Post
    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Looks great! What kind of decking is that? Almost looks like Mexican adobe pavers.
    They are Flagstone Pavers http://flagstonepavers.com/ Patriot style in one of the orange blends, but I can't remember which blend. The color was apparently new this spring, and we picked it from samples the general contractor showed us. After having a suction side leak under the deck fixed I've come to really appreciate having pavers.
    16K gallon IG exposed aggregate pool with Aquarite SWG T15 cell, Hayward C1750 filter, EcoStar SP3400VSP pump, H400FD pool/spa heater, Polaris PB4-60 booster pump, 280 pressure cleaner, Hayward Super II spa pump and Air Supply Silencer spa blower

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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    that crazy palm tree with its weird fingery things...
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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeChris View Post
    that crazy palm tree with its weird fingery things...
    Tree guy calls it a pineapple palm.
    16K gallon IG exposed aggregate pool with Aquarite SWG T15 cell, Hayward C1750 filter, EcoStar SP3400VSP pump, H400FD pool/spa heater, Polaris PB4-60 booster pump, 280 pressure cleaner, Hayward Super II spa pump and Air Supply Silencer spa blower

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    Re: Suffering Pool Before and Happy Pool After

    Very nice!
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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