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    Jun 2015

    New to the TFP Neighborhood!

    Hi, we live in Pennsylvania, and my family and I build an Insulated Concrete Forms house a few years ago. I have been wanting to build more onto it since the concept of ICF is very well insulated and light to work with. Now that we have about 100- 2" inch panels and about 3000 ties for making more ICF forms, I am interested in building a pool and a pump house on my own. Possibly on the second floor of the pump house making a work shop on one side and having a kids play area on the other? My dilemma is, I don't know what size pool I can make with the amount of 2 inch panels I have, and I would rather not have to go through another design process where I have to pay someone else to print out blueprints for me to build something myself. Is there any way I can design this as I go?

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    Aug 2012
    DFW, TX

    Re: New to the TFP Neighborhood!

    Welcome to TFP!

    That is an interesting idea! I don't know either. Good luck with your project. Lots of people here would like to see that.
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    Re: New to the TFP Neighborhood!

    Welcome to TFP. Post pics if and when you start your project!
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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