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Thread: Planning new above ground partly buried pool

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    Planning new above ground partly buried pool

    Hello, we are planning to put a 32x12 Doughboy in this spring, hoping to put it a couple of feet in the ground. The estimate we got from a pool store was $4000 for excavating and putting the pool in. They gave us an estimate of about $9,000 for the pool and all we need with it. This sounds very high to me any thoughts?

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    Re: Planning new above ground partly buried pool

    I'm sorry I don't have a feel for those costs up there, but I wanted to say hi, and welcome to TFP. I hope you enjoy the forum.
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