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Building a pool and pool house this summer and I'm bringing you along! I'm using a ton of cameras to document this including a drone, time lapse, and more. Stay tuned for every step of the way during

Episode 1 - Dig and place the pool    

Stay for the ending!

GavinCampbell

That was a cool video to watch.  First time I've actually looked at them installing a pool.

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Trig0r

Ahh ok so its a premade pool, that's pretty funky and answers my question about the bow in it..

The video also kinda answers my question about the wind..

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That's wild! Ours literally took months to build and several days to fill. This is like an instant pool!

We didn't even consider a liner pool, since only 1 out of 10+ homes (about half) with pools in our small neighborhood is one. Maybe if we had seen this video first.... For a particular size and depth this may be the way to go.

 

 

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Technically, this one is fiberglass.  We could have gone with gunite but our last pool was fiberglass and very easy to maintain.  We have never liked the look of the liner so it was out although it's the most versatile.  Fiberglass has to come in by truck and has a maximum width of 16'.  Ours is 16x40. I can't recall exact depth but it's around 7'. No slide, no diving board, but will have a basketball goal that we can put in and out as needed.

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Now just waiting on electrical, concrete, and then the pool house structure which should take a few months.

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Technically, this one is fiberglass.  We could have gone with gunite but our last pool was fiberglass and very easy to maintain.  We have never liked the look of the liner so it was out although it's the most versatile.  Fiberglass has to come in by truck and has a maximum width of 16'.  Ours is 16x40. I can't recall exact depth but it's around 7'. No slide, no diving board, but will have a basketball goal that we can put in and out as needed.


Awesome! We too passed on a diving board and slide. We have younger children, but ultimately didn't want to encourage diving and other tricks. Their risk on increases as kids age and become more daring...diving off slides since higher than a diving board, etc.

Recently saw someone having a fiberglass pool shell delivered that had gotten stuck in the entry gate of their neighborhood, holding up traffic.


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