I have a pool i hope to be installing this weekend, i had been planning on using an expandable liner but have read they can be a pita to install. How hard is it to get them in right if i have a 48" pool and dug one end an extra 18 inches deeper?
Would i be better off to just buy a 48" standard liner and dig a concave area in the middle thats say 6-8 inches deeper and if i did this would a regular liner work and stretch into it?
To me 48 inches which will be more like 45 inches deep when full isnt quite deep enough. Im a little leary of the expandable liner if it is a headache to install. Especially since i cant help my friends put this in as i have 4 fractured vertibrae i recieved last weekend due to a drunk driver hitting my squad car head on while on duty last weekend. One of my friends helping has installed his own agp so he is familiar with it, but i want this to go as smoothly as possible. And i need to get this pool up and get myself in it because i know it will help me heal up.