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    Greetings from UpState South Carolina

    Found this forum while searching for "pool care" Like what have been reading so far and think I,ll be spending alot of time here!


    We bought a house last sept. with an inground pool in need of repair, Had the pool guy and he said in over 20 years he never seen anything like this cover the Bank had put over the pool, So i figure I,ll give you pic of what a Bank's idea of a safty cover is (the house was in forecloser) I have since removed this "cover" it was A pain! New liner should be installed in a few weeks and I hope to someday have my pool/yard looking as nice as some of the pics I have seen on here

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    Was that wire used to keep critters out or keep critters in?

    Welcome to the forum. We all love projects like that one. Ask all the questions you can think of and we'll help you get a sparkling pool out of that mess.
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    Welcome to TFP! This is great site and sooooo helpful!

    Oh and that pool cover is just HUD's way of providing a safety cover they always do it like that!
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    Hi DeltaT and Welcome

    You have come to the right place to learn all about pools! A 'sparkling oasis' is what you will have before too long!

    Can't wait to see the finished pix!
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    Delta- Welcome to TFP. I live in the Midlands of SC You've come to the right place for help.
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    Welcome! Another Carolinian! My advice to you is get a good test kit the TF-100 from Dave here or the Taylor K-2006 and listen to the folks here. They will not lead you astray!
    Bill
    18' x 36' Freeform IG Gunite with 7' spa, Super Blue DiamondBrite, Pentair 1.5 hp circulation pump, Pentair 2.0 hp spa booster pump, Pentair Triton II Sand filter, Polaris 280 with booster pump, Pentair Intellichlor IC40 SWCG, Jandy Laars LX 250k btu NG heater, TF-100 test kit from http://www.tftestkits.com/

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    welcome to TFP!

    8000 gallon 20' x 48" round vinyl frame pool, 12" sand filter (don't have the specs on the pump), TF100 test kit
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    WELCOME DELTA T

    I also live in the sc upstate INMAN SC (near SPARTANBURG). welcome to the forum. The people here are really great. i feel fortunate to have access to so much wisdom and people who will help.

    ritzmoon
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    King George 27" round extruded aluminum on ground pool (half buried/half open) on a severe slope. 4ft deep 18k gallons.

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    Welcome to the forum!

    Talk about CYA! Hah!
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