So I've posted earlier about how I had an inground vinyl pool, and was unable to get the liner in before it got unseasonably cold early (lots of snow in November).
It ended up being that I was considering trying to get the liner in when it went up to 50F over a day, but the coping never arrived, so it didn't happen. We ended up having a lot of snow, which covered over the pool for the last couple of months.
We had an unseasonably warm period here, and the snow has all melted. I'm now left with about 4 feet of water in the deep end of the pool, without a full liner on (I left the reminants of the old one in to help protect the concrete, mostly from erosion).
However, bad things have happened it seems. The pool uses prefab panels for the first 3 feet, made of a concrete like material. Those are just fine, and the walls appear to be holding steady. The bad bit, is that the deep end bowl is poured concrete. It was already looking a bit sketchy in the fall, but its worse now.
Most of one half of the poured concrete has simply flaked off. The deep end bowl is now sand. The walls above seem to be ok, and hopefully will be alright for the rest of the winter (and not slide down). The other half, which was covered by the reminants of the liner, I had hoped would fair better. It didn't, it has all heaved and cracked up. The shallow end is fine however (which has a poured concrete floor).
Any idea how hard it would be to repour the concrete for the deep end? It probably won't be the whole surface, since some of it is intact, but it will be some work. It is a liner pool, so I don't have to get it picture smooth, just smooth enough to not be horrible.