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Thread: Pool Leaning....2nd post, please help

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    Pool Leaning....2nd post, please help

    I posted this in above ground pools, haven't gotten any responses maybe I should have posted it here.

    http://www.troublefreepools.com/viewtopic.php?t=5674
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    Nicole, I'm replying just so you don't think you're being ignored. Unfortunately, I don't have the answer on how to fix your problem, which is why I didn't reply to your other post. We used to have a gent that posted here that installed pools, but he hasn't posted in a while, I think. I do hope someone else can answer your question. If not, then your next best bet would be to find a reputable pool builder in your area and have them look at it.

    Good luck.
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    Nicole 12, when did you noticed your pool to be leaning or rather tilting? And since then, did it deteriorate further? Your 3/4" is the level differences between the 2 longer ends or the shorter 2 sides. How much are the vertical sides (wall) leaning as compared to other sides? What are your pool's dimensions?

    Post your figures then the gurus will take it from there.
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    It could just be that the ground has sunk or heaved under a bottom rail. Do you have frost in your area or a high water table? Sometimes its just a matter of shaving down the substrate in one area if the rest of it is level. Frankly I'm not convinced that it looks horribly off - I have seen worse but level is always best if possible.
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