we are wanting to do a buried doughboy pool as it is a much cheaper option, especially for our sloped back yard. , 16 x 32 autumn breeze to be exact.
im going to have concrete poured at the height of the top rail, with an inch or two between the outer edge of the top rail and concrete. I thought about getting some nice top cap stones and going all the way the pool gluing them down to the concrete with either constuction adhesive (liquid nails type stuff) or maybe a silicone type adhesive to hold them in place, and having them overlapping the top rail, covering it, giving a nice inground look to pool.
my thoughts for future liner changes is (using the proper adhesive that will hold stones in place but not be overly difficult to remove) grabbing a pry bar and prying up the stones prior to calling in a new liner, then re-gluing them back once new liner is in place.
thoughts on this?
anyone done ANYTHING like this with either stones, decking or other?
please post pics if so!!!!!