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Thread: Hello from Ottawa, Ontario

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    Hello from Ottawa, Ontario

    Hi folks. I'm happy to have found this forum. Lots of great information.
    I installed my own 24-foot round above ground pool 17 years ago, and I'm pleased to say that I just replaced the the original liner - yes a 17 year old liner. I guess I was doing something right over all these years.

    I decided to add a heater to the mix this time around so that we can hopefully get a slightly longer season, but so far the weather is not cooperating at all.

    Thanks for a great site.

    bcarty, Ottawa, ON
    In the process of building a pool. Planning for:
    17 K gallons, 37 X 14 fiberglass, 1.5 HP pentair pump, cartridge, SWG

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    Join Date
    Mar 2007

    Re: Hello from Ottawa, Ontario

    Welcome to the forum. Yes the cool nights have been brutal. Is there a black
    market in Ottawa for Killex& Round -Up from Quebec yet?
    16x32 inground vinyl 8' deep end
    1hp Northstar Pump, 20" Sand Filter
    6ft Double Lounge, 2 Aqua Lamps w/remote
    216sqft Sungrabber Panels (9- 2'x12') a little undersized

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    May 2009
    Toronto, ON

    Re: Hello from Ottawa, Ontario

    Welcome fellow canuck....nothing like pool ownership in the great white north...
    A lot of us here in the GTA are getting used to the sight of weeds on our lawns and everywhere else.
    15' x 24' x 52" Buttressfree Concorde (Atlantic) ABG installed 2007, Hayward Sand Filter, Hayward 1 speed Pump, Royal Entrance Steps, Clear Solar Blanket, New Deck, and maybe soon a heater.

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    Butterfly's Avatar
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    May 2007
    South Carolina

    Re: Hello from Ottawa, Ontario

    Hi bcarty and welcome to the forum

    You obviously were doing more than one something right to keep your liner for 17 yrs!

    We're really starting to get a lot of canucks joining up lately, and we are glad to have you!
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