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Thread: Frisco, TX Soil Chemical Injection thoughts?

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    Frisco, TX Soil Chemical Injection thoughts?

    We have just begun the bidding process and have 4 in the works. It has been suggested twice that we consider the chemical injection of the soil to stabilize the soil. It sounds like a large additional expense 3K or so. Is this overkill?
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    Re: Frisco, TX Soil Chemical Injection thoughts?

    If you live right on the lake it might be needed but if you don't I can't see why they recommended it. You should be able to get a soil survey from the county.
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    Re: Frisco, TX Soil Chemical Injection thoughts?

    Soil composition is clay and the plasticity rating is estimated to be 40.
    Indoor pool, Capacity is 6300 US Gallons (24050 Litres), Sand Filter (Tagelus TA-40), In Ground, Plaster (Tiled), Flow Rate - No Idea!, About ten years old

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