Hi All, first post but have been reading on here for a little while.
I bought a house last year and along came an AGP with it. Opened it last year and it was really great.
This year when I opened it I noticed my water level was a bit higher on one side than the rest of the pool. So I did a bit of searching and found how dangerous it could be if it's above 1"-1.5".
I know I should really rent a laser level to find out for sure how far off I am, but I did a bit of measuring myself to at least get an idea before the weekend (when I can rent a level).
So I measured the distance between where the liner bead is, down to the water. The difference was about 1" from the high to low side. But if I measured the difference of where the water sits on the liner, it's about 3". Which would be more accurate? I figure the liner might not be so accurate since it can stretch, but the liner bead should be straight all the way around no?
Is there another way to go about checking before I get around to renting a level? The suspense is killing me!