Both pool shops in my area, that sell and install pools seem to only have ONE guy that comes out to install the pool. I talked to an excavator (not related to the companies) and he said he never saw more than two guys do one, and usually only one person did it. All the vids I have watched, shows more than one darn guy doing this. Should I be worried?
Also, to those who had their pools installed, what all should I expect? At the least, they should have a lazer level, correct? Should I expect them to have a surveyor's level?
Lastly, at the shop that I want to get my pool from, they said that when they install a pool, they fill it about 10 inches, then let it sit overnight. And the next day, I make sure there is still 10 inches. They said, this saves money if there is a defect in the liner, since they could then replace it, but I would not have to pay to have it filled again, since the water is not included in the install guarantee. That all made good sense to me, until I started reading how it is important to fill the pool half way or more, before cutting for the skimmer. How is that possible, if they are only gonna fill it 10 inches, then be done! I am under the assumption that on the next day, if the 10 inches are still there, I would simply have the water delivered and be set. But until about half way through this post, I just remembered, then no one would be here to start the pump for the first time, or anything like that. Obviously I am going to call, and see if they do or don't come back out the next day.