Thanks! I love your pool too- looks like we have similar taste in tile/coping/shape! Thanks for the advice about the aggregate. I noticed your pool is 3' in the shallow end too- I guess it's too late to change anything at this point, but what are your thoughts on that depth?I love your pool! They did a great job with your skimmer openings. Exposed aggregate is uncomfortable to walk on with pool-softeners feet. I’d get vriajed concrete but check out @PoolGate ‘s pool. I think it’s his that has curved or organic lines on the decking which makes a big difference.
Quartz is a nice and smooth finish. We have tinted plain plaster. I hope to get 20 years out of ours because I maintain it well.
Thanks! It was a one man show for both tile and coping. He was awesome! Glad we’re not the only ones impressed by his work.Man you had artists with big saws working on that tile and coping!! That tile in the skimmer says it all!
You can and should go ahead and test your house water to get an idea what it is like. I know you may not use it to fill the pool but I bet you will use it to top the pool off so..............BUT do not bother testing for CYA. You will not have any. It has to be added!
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