I would say 95% of pool time is spent playing, relaxing where 5% is spent actively swimming..................something to think about that maybe have a talk with them about to see what they think they can do to ease it some.there goes playing volleyball with that uneven shallow end. But swimming it won't matter
But, but, but that is no FUN LOL Yeah but ti needs to be done so hurry up so you can get back to pool stuff!Today was a day away from pool stuff and getting back to normal:
When you have a chance use that test kit to test the water you plan on filling the pool with. Do NOT bother testing for CYA as that has to be added to the water.good news, the test kit came today.
No, no tile on the steps (on the edge). We have a light colored finish. . . And the way Wet Edge does their Primera Stone, it's best not to have tile on the steps. Now the step out of the water is covered in tile.Are you putting tile on your steps?
This site really helped me on tile selection:I just looked at the tile on page 1....that is similar to what we want! I might have to switch to yours because the 2x2 version of the tile we are looking at might not work for me...The edges of the 6x6 have like a burnt look (don't know what else to call it) but to make the 2x2 it appears they just cut a 6x6 tile so the edges are inconsistent. I want to use the 2x2 pieces as accents on the steps. Are you putting tile on your steps?
WHAT??? oh adult word NO!!! SO glad you were there!!!! And THIS is why I always say to be there and outside any time sub shows up to check their supplies and such.Tilers showed up with the wrong tiles!
TFP in for the win!!!! SCORE!!!!I didn't. Not with all I read on this forum. . . . And I was right!
YES!!! Also if there are any changes on the pool design make sure NONE of the old design papers are useable aka shred them all and make sure the PB office does also!Get everything written down and make sure the designer has it written down!