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Thread: Is this a good set-up?

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    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    SE Pennsylvania

    Is this a good set-up?

    We just put a deposit down on our first AGP. We ordered an 18000+ gallon, 54'' high 27' round Sharkline Heritage (resin) with a SWG (Solaxx Saltron, as the Aquatrol would be pushed to the max with our pool capacity),1.5 hp Hayward EC50 D.E. filter and 25 gauge liner. Is this a good starting set-up
    24-25k gallon gunite with a quartz finish, Intellichlor SWG, variable speed Pentair pump, 500 sq. foot cartridge filter, Intellichem automation, LED lights and so much more!

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    Join Date
    May 2011
    Clearwater, FL.

    Re: Is this a good set-up?

    Sounds really great to me!
    If the pool is installed professionally, you might ask about a deep center?
    I'm in the process of rebuilding and installing a 21' "Princeton".
    I bought a expandable 72" liner so I can dig out center to 6' deep.
    I have a sand filter, and the DE is a better, top of the line filter, especially if you have pool lights installed, your water will be much clearer at night, you'll not see near the partials I have with my lighted pool on a sand filter.
    Keep us posted as you go!
    Swim n Play 21' round, expandable 72" liner, 6FT deep center, buried 14", 12,750 Gallons
    Waterway 1HP-2 speed with 22" Sand filter
    TF-100 test kit
    Thanks to TFP my pool is perfect all the time :party:
    I now suffer from Sparklypoolitis! :whoot:
    I am a Platinum contributor because I want everyone who comes here to Trouble Free Pool to have the same success that I enjoy with my pool and family.

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