Hi all, love the great information on this site!!
I just had my old pool replaced after winter snow and ice load damaged the old one. Installers came and set up the pool yesterday. It looks good, except for one area that I discovered while filling the pool. One section of wall, about 3' long, is bulging outward an inch or so, about 3" up from where it is sitting in the bottom rail. So effectively there is a small portion of the pool water hanging out over empty space. It's hard to see in the picture, but I am concerned about this being structurally sound long term (and if I don't take care of it now it will be harder to make my case later). Also it's a brand new pool so it doesn't seem right that it is bulging like that. What do you think?
Pool is a Simbio 24' round above ground pool (with stainless panel where the skimmer and return are).