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Thread: Pool Build in Royse City, TX

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    Pool Build in Royse City, TX

    March 11th is the day that we are scheduled to start the dig. We choose Hobert Pools as our pool builder. We have had a really good experience with them so far hopefully it continue.


    Clayton Smith

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    Re: Pool Build in Royse City, TX

    Hi, Clayton,

    Welcome to the forum. As you browse around, you'll see lots of pool builds. We all really like to see the progress. We hope you'll post lots of pics and ask lots of questions. There's a lot of experience on the forum and a lot of people willing to share what they know.

    PS - When you get a chance, put your town and state in your profile....it helps us a lot.
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    Re: Pool Build in Royse City, TX

    Well today was the big day for the dig and it was cancelled because of the rain. Looks like it has been postponed until next week...

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    Re: Pool Build in Royse City, TX

    Quote Originally Posted by customclay75
    Well today was the big day for the dig and it was cancelled because of the rain. Looks like it has been postponed until next week...
    Dad burn it

    Well, we'll be here waiting for your dig!

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