So, I am in the process of getting a new IG pool. a freeform, mountain lake, 22300 gallon, vinyl liner. I have a few questions being new to the game.
First and foremost, this site is incredible and full of knowledge, almost too much.
So now to the gory details.
Pool was dug out last 2 days, was supposed to be next week, but I was flexible with my dates asI work from home, so they had a cancellation, and now I have a hole in my ground. With that said, we are now due for a hurricane/tropical storm on the North East coast of the US (yes a hurricane in almost November in NJ). Should I be concerned about hte hole that was just dug and any negative impact to the actual pool build?
My next question was the reason for posting prior to the hurricane report. That is with the initial fill. I will be getting SWG system with my pool, but they state that the SWG will not be used until the chlorine, PH and TA levels are stable. SO, when I am completing the initial fill, which will only be 10,000 gallons roughly, should I worry about the balances of anything? Once i get the complete fill of the pool, should I just let the pool company worry about stabilizing, or should I take it upon myself to balance and maintain the water quality before they even start that. Should I also not even worry, let them install, but then request they not install the SWG until March, when the pool will be ultimately complete and they consider delivered?