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    renovating a gunite pool- finding inexpensive waterline tile

    Hi everyone!

    I just bought a foreclosure that has a gunite pool with major waterline level issues. The concrete coping around the perimeter is loose on one entire side as if water was leaking between the waterline tiles ( hence many are missing!)
    I found some pool workers at a local condo assoc. who were completely redoing the club's pool and they have told me for $ 1800. labor only, they will remove all the tiles and install new ones, acidize the walls and remove the side of the pool deck that has sunk 10" ( about 20 ') and replace. I am wondering how this job is to be done properly, so that I know they are repairing this puppy correctly! They don't speak much English, so I am walking lightly here! Also, any suggestions for inexpensive waterline tile sellers? Thanks to all who reply.
    Cheers,
    Lori
    19600 gallons.. Viking fiberglass pool... 1.5 horsepower Hayward sand filter... Aqua bot turbo....Heat pump

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    Re: renovating a gunite pool- finding inexpensive waterline tile

    It would be much more descriptive to post some pictures.
    11000 Gals, Intelliflo, Sta-Rite Cartridge, Polaris 360

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