Concrete pool pad not quite level

May 20, 2009
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I am in the process of replacing an 8 year old round 24 foot Intex AGP with the Sun and Play Oxford. The pool sits on a 25 foot round concrete pad that is not quite level, off by about 2 inches. Is there a way to level this? The Intex pool never had a problem other than noticing the off level of the water surface to the liner. Thanks in advance for your input.
 

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I don't know any way to level the slab easily.

2" out is not bad but generally we think the maximum should be about an inch
 

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You might want to inquire about slabjacking services in your area.

You might be able to just pour new concrete on top of the existing pad.
 
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May 20, 2009
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My thoughts are:

1. leave it as is (the old pool lasted 8 years).
2. Self-Leveling concrete.
3. Add sand.
4. I also read an article that said to use shingles to level the bottom rail.

The concrete pad is raised above ground which should discourage washout. Reusing gorilla pad, adding 1/2 inch rigid sheets and coving.

Thoughts?