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Thread: Moveable floors

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    Moveable floors

    hi All,
    Are any of you aware of any companies currently making moveable floor pools (one company called them Hydrofloors) for residential applications preferably in Canada or north Eastern US?
    there was a place called Hidden Water but they've gone out of business, i havent had any luck elsewhere.

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    Christian's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
    Sacramento, California

    Re: Moveable floors

    Hydro Floors still installs them I believe but they're in Europe. I don't believe anyone in North America is doing them at this time as hidden water pools is gone.

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    Jul 2009
    Fort Wayne, IN

    Re: Moveable floors

    I have never heard of moveable floors or hydrofloors before. Upon reading your post, I you-tubed them. WOW. So super cool. My friends and family were thoroughly impressed with my ordinary auto cover. I don't even know what they would say about the hydrofloor. This looks very much like what they used in vegas for the circe de sole water show. Very cool. maybe for my next pool

    Theresa and/or Gary

    Complete DIY: 20x40' rectangle. Resin walls, vinyl lined. 33000 gallons. Full width steps. 8' deep. Diving board, slide. Hayward pro series super pump, sand filter. Raypack 336K BTU heater. Main drain, 2 skimmers, 3 returns, 2 amerilite lights with quick change lens Aquamatic auto cover and a partridge in a pear tree.
    Breaking our backs in the hopes that one of our six kids will care for us when we are old ;)

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