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Thread: Concrete boat?

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    Jun 2015
    N Tonawanda, NY

    Concrete boat?

    This is going to be an expensive fix.
    16' x 34' vinyl in ground - 16,500 gal.
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    Sep 2010
    Miami, FL

    Re: Concrete boat?

    Oh, boy
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    May 2015
    Cartersville Ga

    Re: Concrete boat?

    Never, Never, Never drain more then 50% unless you're very sure about your water table. You don't want this to happen to you!!
    Bob - INTEX 12x24 owner, 'New to me' Kreepy Krauly Sand Shark, Test kit: TF-100 w/Speed Stir

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    Oct 2013
    Longview, Texas

    Re: Concrete boat?

    yup. Its history. Insurance won't cover that either. It will cost probably 20K to demolish it, haul it off, and fill up the hole.
    Then after that, fix the porch.

    Its a shame. Too bad they didnt know about TFP before they pumped it dry.
    Divin Dave,
    IG Vinyl, 15' x 30', 3 1/2' - 6' deep, Oval, ~15K gal, Intelliclor IC40, Intelliflo VS pump, Clean and Clear 420 Filter, auto-fill-disabled, Retrofit LED Color Light, Dolphin Nautilus Robot, TF100 Test Kit, Taylor K1766 Salt Test Kit, Tftestkit Pressure Gauge. Experience- it's what's learned just after you needed it most !!

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    Jun 2014
    Long Island, NY

    Re: Concrete boat?

    Im assuming that the pool was empty also, BUT the article doesn't say it was empty and also said Pasco County has been hit hard by heavy rain recently. Some areas were under an evacuation order on Monday. Could there have been any circumstances where the pool had water in it, was pushed up, cracked, water started to leak out making it lighter so got pushed up more etc...?
    IG Tear Drop, Dark Gray Gunite , 27,000 gallons -Age 50+-years, very old Hayward Split Egg Sand Filter with side mount Multi-port- Hayward SP2600VSP Pump- Hayward chlorine feed (not used since finding TFP) - Laars 315K BTU Oil heater- LoopLoc Safety cover- AquaBot RAPIDS 4WD- TF-100 Test Kit w/ Speedstir- 390 Gal Hot Springs Spa Envoy installed May 2017

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    Aug 2014
    Pacific NW

    Re: Concrete boat?

    Did you see the photos/video? looks like there is hardly any water in it.

    what a disaster.
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    Jul 2012
    Central Texas

    Re: Concrete boat?

    Could have been avoided also by drilling sump holes through the bottom. Pools looks small enough to that 2 should have done it.
    Central TX / 12K GAL / IG / SWG / DE filter / Pentair SVRS & 3 swim jet pumps / Spa bench and jets / Single body of water / No heater.

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