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Thread: Radiant Pools on a slope

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    Radiant Pools on a slope

    We have been trying to install an 18x32 Radiant Metric Freeform pool in our sloped backyard. There will be a patio installed between the pool and our deck. We are trying to come up with a way to hide the exposed wall along the backside of the pool as our HOA doesn't allow above ground pools. Based on our slope no matter what type of pool we put incur backyard, a significant portion of the pool sticks out of the ground. We decided against in ground based on total cost of project. We didn't want to spend a lot of $$$ and have just a simple pool and wall.

    Anyone have any photos of completed Radiant projects?
    15'x30' oval AGP
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    Taylor K-2006

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    Re: Radiant Pools on a slope

    Welcome to TFP!

    Someone may have some to show, sorry I don't. Enjoy the forum.
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    Re: Radiant Pools on a slope

    Our HOA approved our AGP going in the ground and the design we showed them with the exposed side hidden with a retaining wall and landscaping. Even if we put an IGP there would be an exposed wall will fill/landscaping and a retaining wall. We got permission to do it this way since the radiant pool is its on retaining wall. We are still putting a wall up, it's just not holding up the pool.
    15'x30' oval AGP
    Hayward E-100 Sand Filter
    Taylor K-2006

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