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    Thanks.
    Purposed new pool at home being built- 20x40 vinyl pool, 20ft vinyl covered steps, Automatic cover, 6 ft sheer decent, 4 lighted deck jets, lime stone coping, easy touch, heat pump, SPA- 8x8 fiberglass shell, limestone steps surrounding
    previous home- 16 x 32 IG Vinyl- Install- Mid June 2011. 3ft Shallow 8ft Deep/ Totally Hayward 1HP pump/ 250 pound Sand/ AquaPro800 Heat pump/ Blue Hampton Liner/ 2 Intellibrite LED Lights/ Polaris 360/ 4 Deckjet II's/ 3ft concrete Apron/ 800 sq ft Paver Patio

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    Re: Thinking about going inground! Questions!

    One option would be to take a home equity loan. I was looking at doing a project, but since we just bought our house we do not have any equity in ours and therefore could not do it. If you are part of a credit union start there. Also some builders may do their own financing. You could also try your bank as well.
    13,000 Plaster IG Pool approx
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