Yeah, there's just the one Intelliflow VSF pump as far as I can tell. This isn't the one that Jim says not to get with the SVRS feature. The final gallon figure listed on the contract is 14,943. I think Jim typically says anything under 20k is fine for the IC40.-screenlogic interf. combo-more details may be needed.
-is there only one model of the VSF pump?
Have you tried to figure out how many gals your pool will be in the end? Use pool math to get a ball park figure. You might want to go up to the 60 on the SWG as we like for you to go 2x the size of your pool to help save power and cell life.
Yeah, one of the guys has a koi pond and he was going to use them around his. A friend of mine took the rounded interlocking bricks for a firepit...and another neighbor took the rest of the stones for flower bed accents.All good news! So any idea what they are going to use the stones for?
Thanks, yes St. Augustine. My father in law is going to rent a sod cutter and steal most of it before excavation. Ugh...yeah, I'm not looking forward to having to turn everything off. St. Augustine loves water...so I'll be doing the same.Nice looking grass. Is that St. Augustine? When you get the call that they are ready for the dig, I would run your sprinklers one last time to get the surviving grass one last easy watering.
I shut my sprinkler system off once we signed the pool contract because I'm cheap like that. Now all 10 sprinkler zones are shot and I have been lugging sprinklers all over the remaining grass and beds for a few weeks in the August heat.
Right?? I guess it was just around this area (The Colony). My father in law is in McKinney and he only got .20". When I saw how much we got, I was wondering if your new gunite was under water.3" of rain?!? I know it rained, but dont think we had close to that. I would guess 1/4" or so based on the minimal amount of water at the bottom of the gunite shell.
Thanks! Yeah that is definitely something I'm looking at.I just saw your equipment list posted from earlier. You may want to consider going with the 8SC controller and give yourself an additional 4 feature circuits for future upgrades. Retail (Amazon) lists it for about $100 more.