The plastic feet have given up on my summer escapes 18x48. Most of the legs have broken through the feet and have begun to sink. I was off level by 6 inches after receiving several inches of rain in a short period.
I jacked up the legs one at a time with a floor jack and 2x4 (as I saw on a post in here), and for the time being,dug out enough to slip a piece of treated 2x4 under the sinking legs and followed that up with a slice of 1x4 on the second time thru.With the wood under the legs, they still sit below grade by 1-2 inches. I have worked it back to within 2-3 inches of level, but my OCD won't allow this to last very long.
The thought of digging out the space to fit in a 12x12 paver ( as so many have done PRIOR TO filling their pool) gives me nightmares. I mean the post is only what, 2 inches in diameter? Does this warrant a 12x12?? Since the pool is already filled, 9/10ths of the paver will be outside/beyond the leg. Has anyone tried any smaller pavers, or pieces of pavers?