I'm going to keep asking questions in hopes that someone has done this before. We are putting up our new intex 12'x24'x52" pool next Friday. The area for it has been leveled. My question is about the pavers for under the side supports. Last time we did this we had the little 12' round intex and only leveled so doing supports under side supports is new. Plus having a rectangle with those different supports is new. We always put extruded styrofoam under the pool but I don't know how to measure "level" with this vs the pavers or pressured wood as I'm sure the foam gives. How to make that level?
I've been reading passed posts where some of you have used pavers and some have used pressure treated wood for the supporting base on the sides supports. Which is better? If we use pressure treated wood do we use one long piece for each side or cut to fit each support? I'm confused. We need to get this part of the process done this Weekend. I really want to get this done correctly and get it going. Our "backyard oasis" redo is a Father's Day gift for my husband so everything is on schedule. I'm really nervous about these supports. But I want to do this so hubby doesn't have to worry about it. I've got some people helping out so it can be a big surprise for husband. (He doesn't know about the new pool, he thinks we are putting up the little 12' round intex again) .
I need some help here.