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Thread: Semi inground pool options

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    Mar 2017
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    Semi inground pool options

    We're located in central Pennsylvania and we're debating between the Aquasport, radiant, doughboy, Fox and Optimums.
    The Aquasport and doughboy were comparable and lowest quotes.
    Optimums was in the middle.
    The radiant and fox are comparable and the biggest quotes.
    We're looking to install it in our backyard which is sloped and planning to install it fully inground. We're looking at oval or Grecian with the inground pool steps.

    My head is spinning from reading the posts on here and researching on other sites. Looking for some real information. Problems others have had? What pool you have - are you pleased?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Semi inground pool options

    What do you mean by in ground? buried? Or with the soil held back by a wall. You need to check and see if the pool you decide on can be buried. Some can, some can't. I know Radiant Pools makes models that can be fully inground.
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