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Thread: A strong case for AGP's!

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    A strong case for AGP's!

    Well, I've been researching new pools to replace my hundred dollar used pool I bought 3 years ago. I still can't decide on whether to go inground or aboveground. There's major soil issues either way, and will have to do some soil stabilization no matter which way I go. Butresses are slowly sinking into the ground right along with the patio blocks. Not too concerned, as it was only a hundred bucks, and we have definitely gotten our money worth!

    Anyway, I ran across this picture and thought, "What Genius!!"

    Rob B
    My $100 pool finally died after 6 years.
    Totally got our monies worth!
    Butterfly made me do it...

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    Re: A strong case for AGP's!

    That's gorgeous, but probably cost a fortune! Too bad we live in an area that is worried about runoff into a creek that is 40 miles away. We can only cover 25% of our 1/3 acre lot. They count every rock and boulder. I'm jealous of people who can do things like the picture!
    24' Round Diamond Star, 54" wall height, 200sq ft sta-rite cartridge filter
    Dynamo 1hp 2 speed pump, 199k Rheem milivolt heater
    Pool rover jr. - our best friend!
    Tf-100 plus borate strips and Taylor k1000.

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    Re: A strong case for AGP's!

    I don't know what that faux boulder is all about, doesn't look like it has any water coming out of it.. Maybe it's to hide from the neighbors house I see peeking behind the rock. Either way, I love that deck! There's some serious craftsmanship there!

    Rob B
    My $100 pool finally died after 6 years.
    Totally got our monies worth!
    Butterfly made me do it...

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    Re: A strong case for AGP's!

    NICE! I like it!
    Intex Ultra Frame 18' X 48" 7600 +/- gallons
    Columbia 50 LB sand filter/ HP pump, $$ WELL spent(2nd best thing bought for the pool)
    Virginia Beach, VA
    TF100 test kit- Money WELL spent (best thing I've ever bought for the pool)
    Leisure bay hot tub

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