We plan on putting up a 24' above ground pool... and to be honest I started getting nervous about leveling the ground.
I had an installer come to give an estimate on the ground prep work and when he gave me one he said that he wouldn't be able to provide any guarantee for the work as he was worried about frost heaves (we live in Southern Maine). He didn't feel comfortable about providing any alternative plans on how to mitigate the issue. He also said that he likes to get right in and out on projects, so I was thinking that maybe he didn't want to deal with one that would take a bit longer than normal (maybe I also need to bring in some more installers, lol).
I was wondering if instead of using blocks for the base if we couldn't do footings? and then to also build up the rest of the support as it was suggested in the below thread.
Is this doable? Is there another way to reduce this risk that someone would suggest?
Thanks for your time.