Walls caving in

mgainer59

New member
May 3, 2020
1
South Carolina
We had a bad storm which caused a gush of water to go under our deck and push our pool walls in. Two companies have told us to take the pool down and let them build a new one, which would cost upwards of $6,000. Does anyone have ideas that we could possibly do to just get these walls back upright and installing a new liner instead of purchasing a whole new pool?
 

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Casey

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Apr 16, 2007
11,518
SW PA
You're going to have to inspect the parts like bottom tracking, posts, the wall for creases. Water has emense force and can cause a lot of damage just like wind. Ask me how I know. The only way you can actually inspect these parts is to get it apart n you'll probably end up having to replace it.
 

Newdude

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Jun 16, 2019
4,426
NY
I would gently push from the inside with a paint roller (with a roller/ cover on it) in a left/right direction so the roller fits the curve. You can probably smooth that right back out.