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    Used pool begins its new life... (pic)

    We bought this pool and the deck used and rebuilt the entire setup to create our "new to us" little piece of heaven. It's not much but our 3 kids love it and we enjoy sitting on the deck sipping a nice cool drink The only new parts are the liner and the gate door...oh ya and the new coat of stain.
    Thanks to this site and BBB the water is sparkling clear...just hope a I can keep it that way
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    15' AG - 48" walls and center dished out 8", 1 HP Hayward , Jacuzzi 225 sand filter, and Taylor K-2006 kit.

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    Re: Used pool begins its new life... (pic)

    Nice job !! You say in your signature your water is cold? You might want to consider a solar cover and try that before you invest in a heater
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    Re: Used pool begins its new life... (pic)

    Very Nice.. a grand piece of Heaven
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    Re: Used pool begins its new life... (pic)

    Very nice pool and deck!
    15' ROUND, 52" AG
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    Re: Used pool begins its new life... (pic)

    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe
    Nice job !! You say in your signature your water is cold? You might want to consider a solar cover and try that before you invest in a heater
    Thanks to all for the kind words.

    I have purchased a solar cover but I have to figure out a way to mount a reel system to make it easier to get the cover on and off. The white fencing makes this a bit of a challenge. I was actually going to post this as another topic elsewhere
    15' AG - 48" walls and center dished out 8", 1 HP Hayward , Jacuzzi 225 sand filter, and Taylor K-2006 kit.

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