Thanks for answering. :/ If my ground is level, then I can use the ground as my leveling guide? I already have padding and a doubled tarp on the site.
Not sure how you will be able to do it when there's any water in it at all? Seems you've already made up your mind, so good luck and hope it works for you!I'm setting the pool up now even though it's starting to sprinkle. After it's up and I start filling it, I'll go around to add the pavers. I won't put too much water in it before I finish all the pavers. Does this sound ok?
Thanks for sharing that. Yours looks great! I decided to not do anything under the vertical supports because I really didn't have it in me to do it. I finished setting up and filling the pool. After reading that anything over 3" difference, in the levelness, would need to be taken down, I started worrying. I went out and measured the water to the top on the sides that I knew were different at midnight. Fortunately, there is only a 2" difference. Whew! Now on to the chemicals!I used 4x4x8 pavers 2 to each support. I leveled the ground and then filled in the area with sand to the height of the pavers compacting the sand. Put a tarp done and set the pool up. Going on three years and only problem was one side of the pool is a little lower than the other.
ughYour post are now going to sink into the ground when the earth gets wet due to rain and splash out. You are 2" out of level right now according to your post and it will be even worse with the ground getting wet. The foundation of the pool is the most important part of installing an above ground pool (****, even an inground pool). Once you decide to take shortcuts, you've already set yourself up for future issues and pool failures.