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Thread: New to site and need help deciding on AGP

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    New to site and need help deciding on AGP

    Like the title states, I'm new to the sight and in search of some help. I'm looking to get a AGP that can be burried either partially or all the way. The smallest I want to go with is a 18x33. I have a budget of 11K and would like that to take care of everything including deck. I've looked at the Doughboy pools but with the price of pool and slurry and everything else I think I will reach my budget before I even start on the deck. I also saw Royal has a model called whispering wind that has a decent price. I live in south Louisiana near Baton Rouge, so my soil is pretty solid.
    IF anyone could provide any input or advice it would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks
    Thor Babin

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    Re: New to site and need help deciding on AGP

    We got a decent deal buying the pool online..much cheaper than buying it from the pool store..lots of semi inground pool choices where I got mine..
    Cornelius 15 Round , Semi Inground, TF-100 Test Kit, Speedstir
    Hayward 2 Speed Pump Swimpro 150 Cartridge Filter
    Pool Rover S2-50, Maytronics Solara Heating System

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    Re: New to site and need help deciding on AGP

    I've been looking online.
    Has anyone installed a Whispering Wind II in ground? if so does it call for flurry like the doughboy?

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    Re: New to site and need help deciding on AGP

    I purchased the oasis by wilbar from pool store. From what I found out any all aluminum pool is okay to bury. I put mine 2' inground, it was the excavating that jacked up my price.....$3000.00 to dig. Pool out the door w/ heater, pump, mineral cartridge, 4 step ladder w handrails, solar cover and start up chemicals was just under 10k
    24' round AGP 54" recessed 2' in ground, 2hp 2 stage Hayward pump, 150 sq' filter
    Install on May 28 2014

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    Re: New to site and need help deciding on AGP

    I think I decided to only bury 40" on a 52" pool. I'm still interested in the Wispering Wind II. If anyone has any info on this pool please let me know.

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