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    Forgo Ladder - Good Idea or Bad Idea?

    Good to know and glad to hear. All the pictures I've seen online it's hard to tell. I agree. They just kill the flow and it's like putting a license plate on the front of a sports car.
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    Forgo Ladder - Good Idea or Bad Idea?

    Agree. The sloping walls are a little weird to me. I didn't realize they did them like this. Seem dangerous if you don't expect them to be there and jump in close to the edge. I'll have to give all of our pool guests a heads-up or maybe I'll just add it to the fine print on the waiver...
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    Forgo Ladder - Good Idea or Bad Idea?

    Pool under contract will be 18x30 and 7 feet deep. For purely aesthetic reasons I'd like to go without the deep end ladder. Given the small size of the pool and the sloping deep end walls I don't feel like it's all that necessary plus there's also a built-in bench in the hump that could serve...
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    Deck Depth and Vinyl Liner Float Concern

    Good to know. Thanks. Decisions, decisions.
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    Deck Depth and Vinyl Liner Float Concern

    The lower terrain on the right is the natural lay of the land. The house was artificially elevated during the overall subdivision grading. Savings somewhere around $600 and cost is not the driving factor. Given the drop-off behind I was thinking I'd like the look of less decking as kind of a...
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    Deck Depth and Vinyl Liner Float Concern

    Pool will be an 18x30 and as you can see from my totally not-to-scale and very poorly illustrated diagram, the yard slopes out on the back end furthest from the house. The "backside" of the pool will not be the primary lounge area so I was hoping to do minimal decking around that far end. The...
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