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    solving for volleyball net sleeves with centered spa?

    We were hoping to add sleeves into our pool decking (travertine) for volleyball posts, but our spa will be centered on one side of the pool. Has anyone seen any creative ways to tie the net into the spa wall or work around the spa? It will only be up temporarily when playing, but we didnt want to have to get MacGyver creative to rig it up. Thoughts?

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    Re: solving for volleyball net sleeves with centered spa?

    Props for thinking ahead on this topic. Check out the link below. There is a picture for "Custom System over Spa". I'm sure they'd be happy to talk about it with you.

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    Re: solving for volleyball net sleeves with centered spa?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreswim View Post
    Props for thinking ahead on this topic. Check out the link below. There is a picture for "Custom System over Spa". I'm sure they'd be happy to talk about it with you.

    https://www.coolpoolproducts.com/pages/gallery.html
    Thanks! this is perfect. Prices are reasonable for a custom professional setup. Hopefully same size as umbrella holders.

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    Re: solving for volleyball net sleeves with centered spa?

    We had a similar situation because we have a raised wall on the back of our pool. How deep is your water? Ours is 3.5 to 5 to 4 feet. One thing to keep in mind is that usually you want the bottom of the net to be as low as possible, close to the water level. With those set ups shown, the net is a foot or so higher than the deck, which is really high when you are in the pool trying to play near the net in 5 foot water. Our builder put a volleyball sleeve behind the wall but put a flush flat rope anchor on the pool wall under water so we could tie the bottom of the net so that the net could be lower. I will see if i can find a picture. If your pool is only 4 feet in the middle it might not be as much of an issue.

    Edited to add: Ours is like the picture on the cool pool products website titled "18 inch raised wall"--they used a wall anchor
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