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    Insulating AGP Walls

    Has anyone ever tried this, if so what were the results?

    I have a huge amount of foild faced bubble wrap insulation and I thought about insulating the exterior of the pool walls.

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    Central Massachusetts

    Re: Insulating AGP Walls

    If your trying to insulate the pool from heat loss, it really won't do any good. Heat loss comes from evaporation from the surface.
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    Re: Insulating AGP Walls

    You'll probably just end up trapping moisture between the wrap and the wall-----------promoting RUST!
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