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Thread: Moving new pool to new house???

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    Moving new pool to new house???

    We had our pool installed Sept.2010 and now we are buying a new house so the pool will be moved. I have a few questions about doing this.

    1. Should we pay a company to move the pool and reinstall the pool for us?

    or should we take the pool down ourselves and pay them to install for us?

    2. Do we need a new liner when the plan is to have the pool taken down and reinstalled within a few days of each other?

    3. The new backyard has a large opening for the pool but there are several very large Oaks that surrounding the property and I know that means leaves in the pool. Is there some type of large netting I can hang above the pool to cut down on the leaves getting in the pool or a retractable cover on a reel that I can install on the pool to use year round to help with leaves.

    Cutting the trees really isn't an option because they are Majestic Oaks.
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    Re: Moving new pool to new house???

    If the pool is more than a year old you're probably going to need a new liner.

    Whether you move it or have someone move it, all depends on your ability. it's not a huge problem to move but you need to be careful taking it down and putting it back up.

    We have huge oaks and the leaves aren't a real problem except a couple times a year.
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