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    Bought a home with a old sylvan pool. Was great to swim in last year but noticed a lot of problems to look forward to before the next season. The kids made a game of who could dive and get the most tiles from the bottom of the pool. Then noticed coping was hollow sounding and some were moving. I could see why the previous owner refused to spend any money on the pool at the sale of the home. Had 1 guy give me a idea of about $15000 to replace tile and install new coping.

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    Welcome to TFP!
    Unless your pool is gigantic, that number is waaayyy too high. If that includes new plaster it sounds reasonable.
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