Been about 24 hours since I had my pool up and it looks like I am going to have to take it down now.
This was my Father's day present and I surely enjoyed it until I noticed that the un-leveled ground monster as struck again!
When setting it up. My back yard was, "Or so I thought" relatively flat by using the ol trusty eye ball.
As it turns out while filling it with water it turns out that of course was perhaps off by an inch or 3. Not so much a big deal, "Or so I thought!"
As of tonight I notice the weight of the water is starting to push the wall down on the "lower side" which will eventually cause the pool to collapse. It is pushed down so much so that the drain plug is now on on the ground.
I have let out a lot of water to alleviate this for now so it does not collapse entirely while I am at work tomorrow.
The pump is shut down and will not run on its timer tonight. I am so bummed.
My next thought is Now I will need to level the ground a little to ensure the pool is level. Is there a easy way about going about this?
I need your tips and tricks and perhaps I can actually bounce back from this.. I feel defeated at the moment.