I just got my above ground pool installed yesterday. The team that installed it took 7 hours to level the ground and install my AG 24' pool. They had a difference of 9 inches at the beginning (before starting to level the ground). Now the pool is installed, but it seems to me that the pool is a bit higher on one side. I'm not sure, I'm filling the pool at the moment and will see how bad it is with the water level once the pool is filled up.
My question is: can they really make a 24' pool perfectly leveled? Is it normal to have a little difference from one side to the other? Is this rocket science or Pool Builder will do their best and there is an acceptable variance, because it is almost impossible to level it PERFECTLY?
They use a lot of stone dust for all the edge (all along the border where they put the bottom track) of the pool. In the middle, they put sand.