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Thread: Warm Climate - Pool Pad Housing / Weather Protection Pics

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    Warm Climate - Pool Pad Housing / Weather Protection Pics

    Do you live in a warm climate? Is your pool pad and equipment protected from the elements? If so please post a pic.

    My pad is away from the house and exposed to high temps and full sunlight for much of the year. I'd like to build something to protect it and would love to see what y'all have done already.

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    Re: Warm Climate - Pool Pad Housing / Weather Protection Pics

    My equipment pad is on the west side of my shed out back. Nice for concealment, but received blasting sun from noon until about 7:00PM. So I finally built this:

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