Thank you. Martins build will blow your mind. It’s like something from HGTV.This build is amazing, such a beautiful view. Now I am curious to see Martin's build too but could not find it...
Gonna be awesome man. Might have to come down and do a real Texas christening on this thing. That’s a long way to come without staying a few days though. Think you can handle me, WoodyP, and Chip all that time?
I was thinking about your thoughts on material for your outdoor kitchen. Granite counter tops for the bar and any other surface that may have the potential to get stained for sure. Since your kitchen is in a neat location, how about ceramic tiles for the interior walls. There are so many choices available, like a marble look, or wood look or just about any color or design your mind can come up with. And since you have that nice drain in the middle, you can just hose them off when needed.
GREAT MINDS!! I’ve screen capped the start up from NPT.Chugga, chugga, Choo Choo!!!! Get it done guys!!!!
Here is a small start up page:
The first few months are the most criticle for a newly plastered pool. We're here to share best practices to ensure the plaster will last for many years.www.troublefreepool.com
You should also look up the start up page from YOUR brand of plaster. Each one is different by small amounts.
And I see this forum is still your domain.Okay I am going to say it even though I know you know......................do NOT stop the flow of water before the water hits the middle of the waterline tile. Don't worry if it looks a bit green in the beginning. It will find it's final color as the water is balanced and the water is cured.
NOW the fun part............LOVE that shot right there! The view, oh my the view!!! WOWER!