Equipment Pad

Texas Splash

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#2
I have something similar (see My Pool link below). Held-up pretty good so far. Later I may need to expand my pad though, so I'm undecided as to if I will buy another and set them side-by-side, or just remove and pour concrete. But it's easy and convenient to use that's for sure.
 

duraleigh

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Apr 1, 2007
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Mine sagged a little in the middle from the weight of the pump so it wanted to hold a little water after a rain. I drilled a couple of holes and the problem was solved
 

dschribs

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Mar 14, 2013
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Like I said, concrete is cheaper not easier! ;)
Unfortunately concrete isn't cheaper when you're having someone else do it. I'm getting too old to do projects like that...


Any problems w it being black - absorbing the sun/heat and all? They do have a gray one but it's half the weight and obviously not as heavy duty.