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    Pool opening nightmare

    Took at peek under the cover yesterday to discover the liner has completely ripped pool completely empty. I knew the liner was in bad shape but not this bad. I guess I just threw away $200 for the cold water dive to repair a small leak in November. Anyway I need suggestions on a new liner and I need to repair a crack in the pool deck by the stairs. I figure while the liner is out would be the time to fix.

    I have an idea of who to use to get the liner but who do I call about the pool deck crack?

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    Re: Pool opening nightmare

    Quote Originally Posted by rtpatter
    Took at peek under the cover yesterday to discover the liner has completely ripped pool completely empty. I knew the liner was in bad shape but not this bad. I guess I just threw away $200 for the cold water dive to repair a small leak in November. Anyway I need suggestions on a new liner and I need to repair a crack in the pool deck by the stairs. I figure while the liner is out would be the time to fix.

    I have an idea of who to use to get the liner but who do I call about the pool deck crack?
    That's one serious rip! Perhaps it was caused by a sabretooth tiger just escaped from... the Pleistocene era, who had a dislike for vinyl. Could you post back with your location? Perhaps other members who live in your region can give you a referral to companies they've had good experiences with.
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    Re: Pool opening nightmare

    Yeah I'm hoping I don't have a more serious problem to cause that kind of a rip. Hopefully it was just the cold weather and not problems with the pools foundation. I'm located in Birmingham AL and would welcome any references.
    18x36 inground white plaster 3ft-6ft (21,000 gallons) / Coverstar auto-cover / Jandy Stealth 1.5hp pump / Jandy DE 60sf filter / Jandy LXI 400k btu gas heater / Jandy Aquapure 1400 SWG / Polaris 380

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