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    Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    Just waiting for HOA approval to move forward. Excited to get started, but I know the next 2 months or so will be torture. I do not know if it will be from the PB or wife from her stress over the mess and dog losing the yard.
    McKinney, TX
    Pool build in progress, 14.8K gallons, OK flagstone copping (sealed), IG Gunite/Pebblesheen (Blue Granite), Pentair intelliflow 3050 vs - svrs, Pentair IC20 Salt-Gen, 60 sq ft Pentair DE filter, 400k BTU Pentair (NG) heater, Polaris 280 with Booster, Dual Time Clocks with freeze protect feature, Pool (1) 500w (1) 100W Spa (1) 100w lights, (2) Skimmers, 4 Pool Returns, 6 Spa Jets, water features incl (3) 12 scuppers on 12 x 31 raised beam, (2) Gushers on tanning ledge, and double cut spa spillway. controlled by easytouch 8
    http://www.troublefreepool.com/under...t56120-40.html

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    Re: Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    Quote Originally Posted by txsteel
    Just waiting for HOA approval to move forward. Excited to get started, but I know the next 2 months or so will be torture. I do not know if it will be from the PB or wife from her stress over the mess and dog losing the yard.
    McKinney, TX
    Pool build in progress, 14.8K gallons, OK flagstone copping (sealed), IG Gunite/Pebblesheen (Blue Granite), Pentair intelliflow 3050 vs - svrs, Pentair IC20 Salt-Gen, 60 sq ft Pentair DE filter, 400k BTU Pentair (NG) heater, Polaris 280 with Booster, Dual Time Clocks with freeze protect feature, Pool (1) 500w (1) 100W Spa (1) 100w lights, (2) Skimmers, 4 Pool Returns, 6 Spa Jets, water features incl (3) 12 scuppers on 12 x 31 raised beam, (2) Gushers on tanning ledge, and double cut spa spillway. controlled by easytouch 8
    http://www.troublefreepool.com/under...t56120-40.html

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    Re: Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    So pretty! Its alot like mine! We dig on Tuesday!! I am also dredding the process!! It will be a mess and we also have a dog, so this will be difficult.

    when do you dig?

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    Re: Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    Found out today that we are starting dig Tuesday morning. I've been planning the pool for a long time and wouldn't you know I have a critical meeting Tuesday at noon.


    Quote Originally Posted by Texgirl
    So pretty! Its alot like mine! We dig on Tuesday!! I am also dredding the process!! It will be a mess and we also have a dog, so this will be difficult.

    when do you dig?
    McKinney, TX
    Pool build in progress, 14.8K gallons, OK flagstone copping (sealed), IG Gunite/Pebblesheen (Blue Granite), Pentair intelliflow 3050 vs - svrs, Pentair IC20 Salt-Gen, 60 sq ft Pentair DE filter, 400k BTU Pentair (NG) heater, Polaris 280 with Booster, Dual Time Clocks with freeze protect feature, Pool (1) 500w (1) 100W Spa (1) 100w lights, (2) Skimmers, 4 Pool Returns, 6 Spa Jets, water features incl (3) 12 scuppers on 12 x 31 raised beam, (2) Gushers on tanning ledge, and double cut spa spillway. controlled by easytouch 8
    http://www.troublefreepool.com/under...t56120-40.html

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    Re: Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    Keep us posted with pictures.

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    Re: Waiting on HOA approval and then they will start digging

    OH man! that is unfortunate. I know you want to be there!

    I am taking a few days off, dig and gunite day. Try not to miss gunite, it is so cool.

    This is so exciting I feel like a kid!

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