I have a 14' round pool intex ultra frame that has a deep end, almost 6 inches deeper at its lowest point. When I put up the pool I knew the ground was slightly off level but thought it to be more like one or two inches, not as much as it was. Its been up for a few days and i'm not sure what to do about it. I really really really don't want to drain it, lets just say I have a problem with the principal of wasting the water.
However, I want to understand what my options are other than to drain it. I'm ok with the fact that the frame might get twisted out of shape and I won't be able to use it next year. I'm ok with the fact that it might look dumb. I just want to know if I can get away with it for the summer, or what I can possibly do to get away with it. I was thinking that my best bet would be to jack up the low side, slowly, and raise it by 2 to 3 inches. It'd still be a couple inches off but for some reason I think that'd be safe[r]. I've been reading the forums and jamison04 is my hero - successfully-jacked-up-an-intex-summer-escapes-pool-t45938.html. I know this is the place to ask as you guys have a ton of experience, but i didn't see many posts about pools actually collapsing or bursting. So, what do you think?