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    Concrete around skimmer

    Paver: Unilock beacon hill smooth xl smooth. 35.375" X 21.25" Coping: Unilock ledgestone. 24” X 12” So build form around the supports?
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    Concrete around skimmer

    Thanks. Problem is the braces for the polymer wall have a built in platform (for lack of better word) designed to provide support for the beam and deck. If I’m even or under my coping paver, 1/2 this platform will be exposed behind the concrete. Doesn’t see ideal. Photo shows these supports...
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    Concrete around skimmer

    Thanks for the reply! So build the form around the skimmer and leave basically an air gab between concrete and plastic of skimmer box? Why not have concrete base underlap the coping stone and a few inches of the first patio paver row vs coping overhanging concrete base?
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    Concrete around skimmer

    Adding a couple photos of the skimmer area. Plan is to install paver coping over the concrete bond beam. Will be gravel then sand base behind the beam as base for paver patio blocks FWIW.
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    Concrete around skimmer

    Hi all- I’m getting ready to pour my concrete bond beam around the pool as a base for concrete paver coping (18x36 polymer wall vinyl pool). I’m building out the forms for a 4” deep concrete beam. What are the recommendations for pouring the concrete around the skimmer? I’m thinking I want to...
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    Polymer Wall Pool Backfill

    Thank you! 3/4 gravel it is!
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    Polymer Wall Pool Backfill

    Hi all- about to begin excavation for an 18x36 hydra polymer pool and trying to determine best material for backfill. I’ve seen sand, gravel, and crush and run all recommend. My excavator (who also dug our foundation and knows the area well) is also saying we have “wonderful” soil for backfill...
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    Building a New Pool in NH

    Hi all - I'm about to break ground on a new 18x36 rectangular polymer wall, in-ground pool. I'm sure I'll be scouring TFP forums for tips and tricks along the way. Wish me luck!
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    Do I need to bond cement rebar supports in a polymer pool collar?

    Thanks! Yes, it will be code inspected. Inspector said to check with the electrician.
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    Do I need to bond cement rebar supports in a polymer pool collar?

    Hi all, I'm about to start building my Hydra polymer in-ground pool. I know I'll need to bond the coping and steel steps, but do I also need to have the electrician bond the rebar that supports the bottom of the panels for the cement collar? Thank you