We built a new house last year. The old house we had an oval 16'x32' pool. I put it up myself. I got it used but it had already been taken down. We are going to take down and move a 28' round pool this weekend. I don't know the brand, I can find out if that makes a difference. I'm assuming that all above ground pools are more or less constructed the same. There's plastic top rails to remove, then there's a liner and possibly track for the liner, there are some number of t-posts connected by straps that run under the liner to hold the wall in place. There's also the pool wall of course. Any tips on the wall? Should I lay it flat to roll it up or try to roll it up as I remove it? There will also be ground track for the wall. There will of course be plumbing to disconnect and possibly a bonding wire to remove. How long should this take? A few hours or is it an all day event? It will be me, my wife and a friend of mine. The pool will be empty when we get there.