Thanks for the links. I purchased the TF-100 kit a while back. But, at this rate it will take me a while to complete the pool.WOW! That looks awesome! It looks like a real pool now! OH no on the accident throwing a curve ball in the trucks getting there! Then the rain!! NOOOO!!!!!!! Glad it all worked out and got done!
Yeah on the costs.....no matter how many times you crunch the numbers something always pops up to push the price tag up.
This is the stage of a build I share my set of links with the new pool owner so they can start reading them and learning how to care for their new pool. (Not that you will have any time to read but...............LOl)
Print these out:
Pool School - Basic Pool Care Schedule
Pool School - Recommended Levels
Pool School - Recommended Pool Chemicals
Pool School - ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry
Make sure to ask any and all questions you might have no matter how small! We have all been where you are at one point.
You also need to be thinking about what test kit you are going to get. The one I think is the best bang for the buck is in my siggy below.
Monday had two bad wrecks: a fatality on Loop 360, which did not affect the concrete trucks and a wreck in Lakeway, which caused the delays in delivering the concrete.Rented a skid steer...now I am officially jealous. Coming along nice. Sorry to hear shotcrete went over budget, at least you saved a lot doing your own plumbing. I was in the traffic Monday, took me 1.5hrs to get home. A Ferrari was smashed up then due to the traffic back up another accident happened.