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    Jun 2016
    boiling springs, SC

    New to pools

    Just moved into a new to me home in Boiling Spring SC and it has a 28000 gal in-ground salt water pool. I also made a post in pumping station for help but I hope this thing does not break my bank account and hope the kids love it. Thanks for having me. Richie

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    Jun 2012
    Central PA

    Re: New to pools

    Welcome! If you use the TFP way, you'll be amazed at how inexpensive it can be!

    Here's a little reading you can do to get you started!
    Pool School - Getting Started

    Pool School - Water Balance for SWGs
    26' X 52" Intex Ultra Frame. Intex Sand Filter
    26' X 52 Intex Ultra Frame Install
    You can lead a horse to (clear) water, but you can't force him to swim in it!

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    Jan 2012
    'burbs of Augusta, Georgia

    Re: New to pools

    Welcome to TFP, Richie Sounds like your pool is nicely set up already with the salt water chlorine generator. That's going to make things really easy.

    The most important aspect of keeping your pool inexpensive to run and healthy is to do your own pool testing. Preferably with one of the 2 test kits we recommend (the TF-100 or the Taylor's K-2006) For a pool as large as yours, I'd suggest the TF-100. More bang for the buck.

    I'd also suggest starting to read Pool School, starting with --> ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry

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    Jun 2012
    DFW, Texas

    Re: New to pools

    Welcome to the forum!
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