So I purchased a foreclosure with a pool that has been neglected for a while. The liner was apparently replaced in 2007, but is going to need to be replaced again. I, unfortunately, have zero experience with pools. I have a pool guy lined up to do some work. He's going to replace the liner, steps, and light. He's also going to do work to the concrete around the steps and will replace the conduit for the light. He'll also be doing maintenance to the system, checking the pipes, and generally getting me up and running.
So here is what I have:
I intend on installing a SWG and going the salt route since I'm effectively starting from scratch. I'm fairly handy with plumbing and electrical, so I think installing the SWG should be a snap. I'm thinking I should probably install some sort of timer to automatically run the pump for me as well. Based on my measurements, I'm estimating the size to be about 20k gallons. Does that sound right based on my dimensions? How should I size my SWG? And recommendations on a particular model for this application?