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    my inground poool project ...ughhh!!

    Share my pain and frustration...visit my updated blog... www.myingroundpoolproject.blogspot.com

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    62,800 Litre IG Vinyl
    Sand Filter
    1HP Super Pump
    Clearwater/Zodiac LM2-24S SWG
    Aquabot Turbo Robot Cleaner
    250K NG Heater

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    It sounds like you have it easy! When we were remodeling out kitchen in Washington, DC several years ago we would go in to get a building permit, pay the $50 fee and come back four weeks later only to find out that they had "lost" our application. This happened three times in a row. Eventually we learned that we had to hire an "expediter" for $500, ie bribe someone, or it would *never* go through. That set the whole project back a year.

    Seriously, slow deep breaths . . . in . . . out . . . in . . . out . . . relax. Unless you get lucky, or pay double the going rate, construction takes as long as it takes, which rarely has any particular correspondence with what the schedule says.
    19K gal, vinyl, 1/2 HP WhisperFlo pump, 200 sqft cartridge filter, AutoPilot Digital SWG, Dolphin Dynamic cleaning robot
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