OK. you might have seen my other post. We had a company complete the excavation and installation of our 18' AG. I reminded them, as they worked, that the the gap between the beam and the pool wall seam looked excessive - the skimmer was sagging as well. I could lay my hand flat on the wall and slide my fingers completely in between the bea, and wall. they kept telling me it would close when the pool was full. When full, the gap did close, but the skimmer has a slight cant to it and I can still fit my pinky, up the first knuckel, between the beam and the wall.
What's worse, is that there are many wrinkles on the bottom of the pool. I can see the dirt, left on the ladder, collecting at each of the wrinkles. He kept saying, as long as the wrinkles go down and not up, we can fix it. what they don't do is stay, while the pool fills, and continually work out the wrinkles (at least not past a foot or so of water). I'm afraid to vacuum it, for fear of tearing the liner.
With 7,600 gallons now in, and BBB chemicals (great site - love the bleach!:
1 - how much water has to come out to repair the wrinkles pm the bottom of the pool?
2 - How much stretching can a liner taking, before it becomes too stressed (shortening the life of the liner?)?
3 - Given that there is bleach in the water (which would probably kill what's left of my grass), and the fact that our basement wall will not with stand the hydrostatic pressure that heavy rains bring, should I insist they pump out into a truck and refill from the truck? As opposed to pumping water on to the lawn. What does using a truck do the quality of the refill water? right now, all is good with the chemical - thought TFP test kit is on its way
They're coming back Tuesday, and I'd like to dictate the plan of action.
thanks for your help