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    make a inground liner pool more shallow

    Hi.. I currently have a 20 x 40 liner pool that has a 8' deep end. I would like to make the pool more shallow. We play a lot of games and it would make for a much more social place with the pool more shallow. I would like to have the shallow end as is.. then gets gradually deeper, to say somewhere around 5' or 6'.
    My question is, how do I do this? How do I make the deep end more shallow... with gravel?? Has anyone ever attempted this?

    Thanks guys!
    15,700 gallon outdoor AG 18'x33' vinyl pool; Family Leisure Perma-Salt System with 1.5hp EcoKleer sand filter, 70GPM; pump runs 24x7.

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    Re: make a inground liner pool more shallow

    You should be able to fill in the deep end with gravel and finish it with pool Crete and drop a new liner.
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