Premixed is referred to as Shotcrete, Gunite is a dry mix with water added at the nozzle. Technically both are considered Shotcrete, just one is a dry mix and the other is a batched wet mix. Through the industry its easy enough to refer to wet at Shotcrete and dry as Gunite.Many thanks again, I’ll have to a assume it’s tomorrow then and I can fence back to the boundary until the block work starts. I don’t think it is shotcrete though. Water is mixed with the dry mix at the nozzle for shotcrete I think where we use sprayed premixed concrete. I wish I was they to see it and to pick up on the plumbing.
I’ll see what I can find tomorrow, maybe a wheelbarrow? Those fence panels are ~ 5x8’. The starter bars are ~300 or foot apart. The large sandstone blocks are out of proportion, the larger ones are maybe 3-4x2’. Its only a small pool 15’ x 9.5’ at ~5,300g.Mine had green water for over a month in the bottom. No need to do anything unless it starts attracting mosquitos.
Hey would you mind snapping a shot of your pool with something of known size I have the hardest time with perspective of your pool trying to visualize its size. Like a person or a soccer ball or something on the edge maybe?
and if your house is anything like mine LOLMe and ibuprofen
Best way to do it to make sure everything is how it should be! BUT oh so much workEverything is being removed down to the raw frame.
oh my!! Well that is using what they had on hand for sure! Bet that wall goes bye-bye!This wall has about a 5 degree lean and was made from second hand materials.