I have spent the better part of June leveling an area for our 24'x54" foot round pool. I pitched to the center about 2" evenly. Used stone dust (pulverized granite) for my bast and packed with a plate compacter. Measured, measured, measured over and over. Did the same with leveling, etc. All looked fine and I followed the (somewhat aweful) instructions to the very last word.
Now that my pool is almost 1/2 full of water, I noticed two bad spots. One the wall is tilting out of plumb going inward, and another where it is going out of plumb outward. By about a few inches or so each. All others are fine. I did not notice it by sight until I ran around with the level. Since I know which ones are doing this it is like someone painted them florescent orange with a sign that says look over here at this wall.
Most other pool instructions call to install the top rails loosely until the pool is full of water. However, this pool said to tighten them (and I did). Could this be causing this?
If I just fill it, will it likely straighten out the two bad spots? Note: I went around and measured the water level around the entire pool and it is within 1/4" of being the same depth.