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    Umbrella inserts

    Does anyone or has anyone used these umbrella inserts? We are wanting to install in our decking on pour day. Any insight or suggestions would be appreciated. http://www.poolpartsonline.com/p-740-vo ... older.aspx
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    Re: Umbrella inserts

    Yep, I've used them. Those look like they're made by Waterway. No quality issues or anything to note.
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    Re: Umbrella inserts

    Considering how cheap they are, if i were doing it i'd put one in every place I thought i could possibly want an umbrella. Its much easier to have too few than too many! Make sure to consider sun angle too; i.e. where do I need to have the sleeve in order to have shade in this spot at this time?
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    Re: Umbrella inserts

    Quote Originally Posted by Melt In The Sun
    Considering how cheap they are, if i were doing it i'd put one in every place I thought i could possibly want an umbrella. Its much easier to have too few than too many! Make sure to consider sun angle too; i.e. where do I need to have the sleeve in order to have shade in this spot at this time?
    And remember you can use them in the deck too.
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    Re: Umbrella inserts

    Thanks for the insight. I got four, one for the deck where the lounges will be, two beside the tanning ledge one for morining one on the opposite side for afternoon and one for the swimout bench...
    17,000 gal, IG Gunite Diamond Brite plaster Kidneybean,w/7x11 tanning ledge& 3x5 swimout bench,244T 300lb Hayward Pro high rate sand filter(63 GPM) , Hayward 1Hp Super Pump w/3/4 hp booster pump, Polaris 280, Laars Lite 2 175k N/G Heater, Tf-100, Speed stir

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