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Thread: Adding deck jets to existing pool

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    Adding deck jets to existing pool

    Is it possible to add deck jets to an existing pool? I have no concrete on the back side of the pool, so if exisiting concrete was an issue they could be installed in the planting bed behind the pool, any info would be appreciated. Also any idea of approximate cost to add 2?
    15k freeform shotcrete sport pool 3.5-5-4, hayward swimclear c4030, 1.5hp hayward Northstar pump, polaris 280 with hayward booster, hayward turbo cell swg

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    May 2007
    Baton Rouge, LA

    Re: Adding deck jets to existing pool

    Sure they can be added. Is there any concrete between the equipment pad and your desired location that will have to be crossed?

    The deck jets themselves run about 100 ea for basic ones with expensive laminars going up to $400 ea. labor to install will be variable and depend on your area. Pool work is always expensive, with dang near anything costing a minimum of 1000.
    (DIY):16K Gal 20X30 rectangular IG Gunite, w/spa, CCP 520 filter,2 Pentair VS pumps, 400KBTU Pentair gas heater, Heat Pump for cooling, **update5.25.2013** added an intellichem with acid pump that will control existing SWG. My Build Thread Here

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