Could not agree more... You might find you need to turn it off if someone wants to "Talk" about how stressful there day was.... This is where controlling the features from your phone really pays off.....Your pool looks amazing! The waterfall is going to be your stress reliever after a long day. There’s nothing better than to sit in the backyard, next to the pool, with all the lights and waterfall, and a nice cold beer. cheers!
OH MAN! just look at all that aeration!
no lights for cascadesOH MAN! just look at all that aeration!
I really like the three smaller cascades, I've been wanting to retrofit the back wall of my boulder backdrop with something like that for years, a real weeping weeping wall.... you have given me new inspiration.
I still want to see the night view with the grotto waterfall backlight in your light show! that will make a fine video too! Are the cascades backlit too?
Wow... New plaster and aeration... You must have been going through a few cases of acid.. Did he say why the aeration was necessary?It's always interesting on different pool builders and chemical guys opinions. I was told not to put any chlorine in during the plaster curing. Chlorine wasn't put in until maybe 2 weeks into the water being filled. The only reason the chemical guy put in chlorine was because the water just started to show a little sign of cloudiness. So, he made sure the chlorine was added to clear up the water. My water features were turned on immediately. The PB wanted the water circulating and aerated as much as possible. He had me leave filter pump and water feature pumps running 24/7 for two weeks.
Not sure, the 30 day start up guy put in all the chemicals. But it did not seem like he put that much in. I checked the water frequently and the water was pretty stable throughout the 30 days. Only thing that was being consumed quite rapidly was the FC.Wow... New plaster and aeration... You must have been going through a few cases of acid.. Did he say why the aeration was necessary?