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Thread: AGP deck suggestions

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    Jul 2012
    Georgetown, KY

    Re: AGP deck suggestions

    Guy, I have been checking them out! I created a thread with a few pics of my yard too! I love pics!!!! I guess I am a visual learner!
    Morada AGP 24 foot, 52 inch deep
    DE filter, 2hp pump, inline chlorinator
    Set up on July 1st, 2012
    Goal is to use the BBB method!
    VERY new to the pool scene!
    Love the Pool School, still learning so much!
    Thank you in advance for your advice and help!

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    jimmerz's Avatar
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    Jun 2012
    Pittsburgh, PA

    Re: AGP deck suggestions

    I too am getting ready to add a deck. I am not sure which way to go, either even with or under the top rails? How do you put the cover on if you decided to have your deck come under the top rail?

    And keep the pics coming. We are doing the composite probably in a tan color. It is pricey!
    24' x 54" Oceanic Round AGP, 1090 Hayward Skimmer, EC-40 Filter system, Automatic Chlorinator. Pool will be in Full sun for most of the day (9am-6pm).

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    MikeInNH's Avatar
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    Sep 2007
    Southern NH

    Re: AGP deck suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmerz
    How do you put the cover on if you decided to have your deck come under the top rail?
    Mine is not under but it is a tight fit. One year I used a few bungees to pull that side of the cover away from the pool and keep it taught. I've seen some folks use bags of sand as weight. Another option is an anchor system built into your deck, that one takes a bit of imagination on how to do it.
    2007 1st full year with AG pool~15k gallons 18'x33' JW
    6/2010 added 2 button Intex SWG-painless except for when reset
    Switched to BBB from Baquacil (couldn't pay me to go back)

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    Re: AGP deck suggestions

    I have my deck even with the too rail not under and am glad I did
    I would do it even with the top rail and just leave about an inch gap or so, just enuf to get the cover on for winter
    If you go under the top rail people will step on it to launch into the pool

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