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Thread: Re: Question about pool in hillside

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    Re: Question about pool in hillside

    Please start your own thread. Moved from Here Casey~

    JasonLion,
    You seem to know a little bit about it...if I'm burying an 18x33 2 feet down. Do I still need to angle the middle poles to the interior? I was thinking of slowly filling the pool and back filling at the same time to great a balance. Any input would be great.

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    Re: Pool in a hillside/slope

    Quote Originally Posted by Falzy View Post
    JasonLion,
    You seem to know a little bit about it...if I'm burying an 18x33 2 feet down. Do I still need to angle the middle poles to the interior? I was thinking of slowly filling the pool and back filling at the same time to great a balance. Any input would be great.

    on our doughboy buried on a slope, I was told by our PB NOT to back fill at all until the pool was completely full. this is so the buttress supports are able to flex out to their proper positions. Which on our pool, didnt happen until it was completely full. Our pool is 30 inches in on one side, 18 inches in on the other.
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