You could have been adding liquid chlorine as soon as the pool was filled, and it’s not too late to start doing that now. You can mix it around using a brush and/or a robot, if you have one. But I wouldn’t worry too much - worst case is you’ll have to do a SLAM.Trouble in paradise. Still no electricity so no pump or chemicals have been put in the water. It’s been full since Saturday afternoon. How much trouble is this going to cause?
Not sure what area of Austin you're in, but Home Depot has been pretty good for me in stocking both liquid chlorine and acid and the curb side works well. What part of town are you in, and do you have TF100? Depending on where, I might be able to help.Run to the store and get some PLAIN bleach or Walmart for pool "shock" which is really just liquid chlorine.
What do you mean by "a ton of acid in the pool"? Is your CYA level sky high, or your water is acidic (ie: the pH level is really low)?Well I have electricity and a ton of acid in the pool.
Was the concrete pad designed with the hot tub in mind? Reason I ask is that a neighbor put a hot tub on his concrete patio next to his pool, and the weight of the filled spa cracked the concrete underneath. He had to have that area jack hammered out and redone with better support.Still have a few things on the punch list, and still waiting on the decision for my plaster. Got to enjoy it for my daughters birthday at least! Also my hot tub was delivered this week.