We went with Backyard Amenities. They've been local to Mont Belvieu for quite a while and came highly recommended, by far more people than any other builder. I have no complaints outside of some VERY minor (in the grand scheme) details.May I ask who you chose as your builder? I'm in the process of selecting one for my upcoming build in The Woodlands.
Thank you! All really is well for us. We took on a LOT of water, but our neighborhood/builder/planning engineer did a fantastic job ensuring drainage was more than sufficient. The same cannot be said for others, even within a few miles. Those greatest affected are about 20 minutes east of us, and we're all (area wide) lending as many hands as we can. Definitely a reminder that all things are precious, temporary, and live each day to the fullest. Hurricane Harvey was two years ago, and Imelda, though for our immediate area was not as severe. A lot of rain from Harvey was dumped Immediately and this was just continuous. Quite a bit of work post-Harvey to ensure the bayous and drainage canals were up to the task, and they performed amazingly. Some larger developers building locally also had liability during Harvey that was well addressed.You guys are in the heart of the storm. Hope all is well.
No lie! That rain water/run off/ground water that filled the pool smelled absolutely TERRIBLE after less than a day. Builder had it pumped out yesterday morning and another quick cleanup done. Guess I should get off my rear and test my fill water, NOW.Please post your levels....check FC before you get algae!
Thanks! My wife was the mastermind behind colors. Not gonna lie, we felt like we were intentionally shooting from the hip with the colors. Its such a difficult thing to do with zero experience, and only reference pictures at all times of day/year at the mercy of a cheap TV or monitor and unknown photography equipment.Last week was rough, but sounds like you are starting off this week on the right foot.
PS - I like that toe tile, it coordinates nicely.
I should have said so! Yes, Wife and son (14) are good. No injuries for any involved, and only the stress of the moment. We've got most of the details worked out, but I'll handle the body shop this week. We were mid-way through a new car purchase so this sort of forced the hand, but, nothing we can't sort through, and come out fine on the other side.What a week Guessing wife is okay but making sure. You have a solid plan for the upcoming times.
It'll be a few weeks before we start it up. They did initially plumb it with the inlet too short, and I had them extend it to the 10" requirement, which also extended the discharge side. Time will tell, I suppose.I remember you said your SWCG is plumbed similar to mine with a 90 right before it. Have you turned it on yet and did that 90 cause any flow sensor issues?