The pool at this home is older. Is there anyway for me to know the manufacturer? I know it has vermiculite on floor and metal walls. I know this because the liner is ripped bad and I can see the walls and bottom. My DH and I measured for new liner. The sides are not equal off by almost 1 and 3/4 inches. There is alot of ground water here. It has caused one side of the pool deck to tilt away from pool badly. I called the only inground pool company in our royal area of PA for liner replacement for an estimate to fix the entire thing and he says he will stop but never does, which leaves me and DH to attempt to replace the liner. So my question is can it be replaced? I noticed after we started looking behind the liner that there is ground water leaking in from the light niche where it meets the metal wall on the bottom. Can I repair this leak with epoxy? Is it normal for pools in places with high water table to be off on one side? Is there a company I should use for a custom liner that anyone can recommend? I think if we address the ground water issue my hope is the new liner should last. From what I was told from previous home owner, this liner is about 7 years old. I just want new liner to fit well. I read post about loosing pool water through light leak but nothing about ground water leaking into pool at light. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.
1. 17 X 32 Grecian
2. Hayward 1 3/4 hp pump
3. Hayward 200lb Sand filter
4. IN Line Chlorinater
5. Hayward Light niche no light in pool
Can I buy a new Hayward light for old niche? There's a old transformer there but no clue if it works.
3 and half foot shallow * foot deep end
maybe in wrong section of thread...sorry!