during our deep freeze here a month ago with 30 below trmp with 55 below windchill the upper walls of the pool collapsed and wrinkled around the top halfway around the pool. I had left left it 1/3 full in fall. Think I can save it?
Happen to us 3 years ago on a 1 year old pool, we fixed it for 3 000$, almost the price of the pool. Nowarranty because it was cause by the weather .... I was not impressed. I beleive it's worst with all composite pool.
No pool cover? is the temp suddenly quickly thawing ice and snow? Do you think it has a leak? just a guess but with out cover, maybe a leak with sudden thaw, water level dropped, ice stuck to side walls and pulled on liner as it sank? I am not sure on the saving part without actually seing it. Hopefully someone can help who has had an issue with something similar. I am curious on why. Just a quick opinion looking , looks like it might be stretched out and tough to get back in place
No cover, we don't have trees near so no leaves to keep out. Everyone around hear empties them to 1/2 to 2/3 full. I used to have a cover but we have very high winds and was shreaded twice and expensive to replace. It was only 2/3 full of snow at the time. A leak, possible as it is the 8 years old and the liner was very faded. There was no thaw before, had been cold for a long time.