Greg, go to www.photoshop.com and upload your photos there for free. Once they are on that site, you can change the sixe to the Large option. Or you can use your own software like Photoshop to resize the picture so that it can be posted. Around 641 x 429 pixels would work.GCS said:My equipment is in an old steel shed I had in the backyard. I had moved up to nice big wooden shed (too much **** of course) and never took it down. Kind of glad I didn't as it works great for this purpose.
I have an AGP non IG just for your info and my shed is about 50 feet away from the pool (digging that trench was AWFUL!!)
No pics at this time as I all of mine seem to be too big to upload to the site.
Melt In The Sun said:What size pool are you planning to build? That's still not very far from the pool to the pad. You could probably get an even smaller pump.
Shane1 said:Where is your power meter located? That was a factor when we built our pool. The farther from the meter the more it cost for the electric run. I think I would put it along that back fence and screen it with some shrubs or fencing. You could put in a remote switch for convenience.
Yes, the meter box is on the left corner of the house along with gas and cable.Shane1 said:Is that it on left corner of the house? It looks like you have a pretty good setup. You should be able to put it just about anywhere and be happy with it.
Does that big electric box in the back corner provide service to your house?
That area where the arrow is the backside of a walk in mud room. It does lead out to the garage in the front. It's where my washer, dryer, freezer and pantry is.JohnT said:I'd be trying to put it by the arrow. The AC is already there making noise, so it won't be an issue. I'd guess that's the back side of the garage?
Steve, where did you get the materials for your pump house?SteveH said:Our little pump house is all covered over with polycarb and located in the far corner of the property. We bought an intelliflo and although its an amazing bit of gear, it does not like being exposed to the elements at all (its got a fan that easily sucks water into the electronics if you dont cover it).
Either way, with such great gear available now, id be inlclined to say covers are pretty important.