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Thread: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

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    Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    We've recently completed the construction...FINALLY! Landscape is next with A LOT to do. I learned so much on this site and wanted to share and thank the site for such wonderful information! Have a good night!
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    29,000 gallons, IG, quartz in St. Martin w/shells, sand filter...more to come after I look up lol :)

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Welcome to TFP! Nice pool!
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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    So beautiful!!! That view!!!
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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    MORE! MORE pictures please!! With out water from all angle! I see SO many neat details!!! The steps in the deep end and the long bench! The steps by the sunshelf! The color of the plaster. The BLING tiles!!!!

    That is SO pretty! What kind of landscaping are you thinking of?

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Thank you!! ! We put a lot of thought into it after waiting several years to build. It wouldn't let me post more but I'll try! Any advice on posting pics? It cut me off when I tried.

    We live in the middle of a pasture so we need lots of plants, lol...and with a new baby, I need lots of encouragement & inspiration haha! Hopefully will get to the water feature that we preplanned the plumbing for...ran out of money the Hubs said
    29,000 gallons, IG, quartz in St. Martin w/shells, sand filter...more to come after I look up lol :)

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Beautiful pool...love the color! And you have some pretty dang nice "landscaping" all around you too!
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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    beautiful pool....and yes, what a view. BTW...I know exactly where Notasulga AL is, you can prob guess as to how

    you can search easily and find out why your posting pics is being hendered

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Thank you so much! AND War Eagle! Haha!!

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    Good to know, Kim! Thank you!

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Quote Originally Posted by plylerbh View Post
    AND War Eagle! Haha!!

    you know I can't just let that hang out there in cyberspace...GEAUX!!

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    Re: Finally complete! St. Martin quartz finish - bring on the landscape phase.

    Haha! I thought I snuck it in
    29,000 gallons, IG, quartz in St. Martin w/shells, sand filter...more to come after I look up lol :)

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