I have (what I think is a tough question) about a spill over spa.
I just had one put in, and the paving guy is finished, and it looks nice. Its similiar but not exactly to the pic below.
The problem is that they put bullnose pavers directly under lip, and the water coming back into the pool, falls down, hits the pavers, and goes all over the place. Basically, it breaks the stream... That isnt really a big deal. But Im worried that since so much water is hitting the bullnose pavers, a ton of it is getting underneath, and water is almost definitely getting behind the liner...
Is this dangerous to the structure or wall of the pool?
Is there anything I can do about this? Do they make anything to extend the fiber glass like plastic another inch or so into the pool, so it gets around the pavers?
Thanks a million in advance. I guess Im hoping a few others here have a spill over and ran into something similiar to this
Note: Mine does not have so much stone around it. It is a more typical fiber glass lip that is almost exactly level with the edge of the pool. The water falls straight down and its the pavers underneath going all over the place.