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    my pool, that came with the house

    hello Yall here is some of pics of the pool, i will have daytime sometime tommarrow, when its daytime




    Shallow to deep Night



    Deep to shallow Night

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    I c an see the bottom of the deep end even at night! great clear water!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mermaid Queen
    I c an see the bottom of the deep end even at night! great clear water!
    thanks , when we opened it, i t was a little cloudy but, in 12 hours i could see the bottom. i said WOW pools are easier than i thought, but then the pool goy said i got really lucky this year, there was NO alge when we opened, and last week was the las day for the pool guy until next month, and he ran the water through a computer called A.L.E.X. and it said the water was perfect.

    btw, here are some more pictures.

    Deep to Shallow


    Shallow to Deep, from out side the safty fence, looking at the rest of the back yard.


    Looking Deep to shallow from outside the safty fence, looking towards the house.

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    The color of your pool looks really clear! You mentioned that the pool guy would not be back for a month, do you have a test kit to check it yourself? You should be checking the chemical levels to maintain that clear water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From_Arizona
    The color of your pool looks really clear! You mentioned that the pool guy would not be back for a month, do you have a test kit to check it yourself? You should be checking the chemical levels to maintain that clear water.
    yes i just got a test kit from pools by baxter, i think that the reason the water looks so clear is that the previous owners replaced the liner last november.

    but i am afraid it is about due for a new pump and filter, both original and the pool was put in in 1991

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollin Thunder

    yes i just got a test kit from pools by baxter, i think that the reason the water looks so clear is that the previous owners replaced the liner last november.

    but i am afraid it is about due for a new pump and filter, both original and the pool was put in in 1991
    Did you get a home warrenty? They replaced our pump motor and put in a new filter!! When I renewed this year for the rest of the house, I dropped the pool, they already replaced everything

    And very nice pool! I like the way the fence is with plenty of pation space and still having a yard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by uwimage
    Quote Originally Posted by Rollin Thunder

    yes i just got a test kit from pools by baxter, i think that the reason the water looks so clear is that the previous owners replaced the liner last november.

    but i am afraid it is about due for a new pump and filter, both original and the pool was put in in 1991
    Did you get a home warranty? They replaced our pump motor and put in a new filter!! When I renewed this year for the rest of the house, I dropped the pool, they already replaced everything

    And very nice pool! I like the way the fence is with plenty of pation space and still having a yard!
    no i didn't, but now that you say that i wish i did, i did this for our first huse 3 years ago and they had so many loopholes and excuses to why it wasent covered i just forgot it on this house. i figured i didn't needed with a newer house, first house 1953 this house is 1991.

    thanks for the info though
    and the complaments

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    It's a nice pool. Really looks to be a perfect size and shape, IMO.

    My pool is an odd shape and I often, wish it was just a big rectangle type.
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    Very inviting. I've added it to the slideshow.
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