First post, so don't know if I need to do anything special, but I have a question!
I have one of those ladders where the top part (handles) are attached (screwed down) to the deck over the edge of the pool. Then the steps part of the ladder slides up and into the the top part from in the pool. Problem is the pool is 52" high instead of standard 48", AND the top part sits on to of the deck which is another 5" high... SO, the steps part of the ladder doesn't go far enough up into the top part and comes out.. dangerous mainly because it could tear the liner!
I feel the best solution is a sand bag (or two?) underneath the bottom of the ladder... it'll stay put and it won't hurt the liner at the bottom. I've never seen/used sand bags, MY QUESTION IS, what kind of bag (material) do I get that won't let the sand through, and is there someplace I can buy ready made (filled) sand bags in various sizes and materials?