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    Hello From WV

    My wife and I made a decision to install a pool this year. Going back and forth for several months on this project. I work with people who own pools, and people who used to own pools. So I get the pros and cons daily about owning a pool. Looking to install a rectangle 14x28 or 16x32 in ground vinyl pool with gas heat and salt chlorinator system. I feel your forum will help me get through this process. Meeting with pool guy next weekend to go over all the fine details. Thanks in advance for all your help!

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    Re: Hello From WV

    Hello and welcome to TFP!
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    Re: Hello From WV

    Welcome.....ALMOST.........aboard!
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    Re: Hello From WV

    Welcome to TFP and congrats on the new pool!

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    Re: Hello From WV

    Quote Originally Posted by pooldv View Post
    Welcome to TFP and congrats on the new pool!

    There are no downsides to owning a TFP pool!
    That's right! Be careful with the downsides most people will present. Many of them will not be applicable to you if you hand around with us!
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