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    Pool walls help needed


    I have just started installing the pool wall to our above ground pool. The wall doesnt seem very secure and I was wondering if this is normal?

    It is all fitted into the tracking ok and the ends meet and have been bolted together. There was no excess of the wall and I had to pull this together to get it bolted up.

    The straight sections of the wall is a bit wavy is this normal and i assume this will get pushed back and go taunt when the pool is filled with water?

    Any advise please anyone else had any slack in the walls?

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    Nov 2010
    Sault Ontario

    Re: Pool walls help needed

    That's normal, they'll flop around in a strong wind, best to secure them with clamps/ropes or stabilizer bars.
    The walls also have a bit of play to them when the water is in it.
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