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Option # 1...Use a 4x4 piece of lumber and a hydraulic jack, one rail at a time. Option # 2...Cut the ladder with a sawzall and install plastic slide deck mountswith tapcons. Then slide the ladder into the deck mounts and tighten side bolts.
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Where can you find replacement steps for a ladder for a Spartan brand vinyl liner inground swimming pool?
Answer Some pool companys are not in business. most all inground pools have the same size treads..
You don't drain an inground swimming pool, unless you are trained to do so. Doing it alone or even with assistance is extremely dangerous. Save yourself some trouble and go co…ntact a local and trained swimming pool cleaning service.
Answer Call a local pool store and ask what they recommend in lieu of draining the pool.
Elbow grease and the right mix of chemicals. A good brush like the Wall Whale will help get off debris and stuff that has accumulated on the side. The right chemicals will not… only kill algae that has built up over the winter but will help prevent it as well. http://shop.bluehaven.com/product/spring-start-up-chemical-kit-for-pools/in-ground-pool-chemicals
How is dried on concrete removed from the outside portion of a stainless steel inground pool ladder?
Answer . Most likely you can remove cement from the S. S. ladder with a mild solution of muriatic acid. Ken
Inground pool prices vary widely depending on the size of the pool, the materials used, and many other factors. However, for your typical backyard pool, you should expect to p…ay somewhere in the range of $20,000-40,000. The big factors are really the size (height, width, and depth) and what you use to line the pool. Vinyl is the cheapest material, and gunite (concrete) and fiberglass are roughly the same. Fiberglass might be a little more expensive initially, but you usually make up the difference in lower maintenance costs. However, there are just so many variables in inground pool cost that it's hard to give a meaningful answer. The best advice is to call around to contractors in your area. Just make sure you know what you want first.
This depends on the state and city the swimming pool is to be constructed in. The cost of living in a certain area will be reflected to the cost of your pool. The contractor c…hoosen is also a factor. Do not ever buy on price alone. If you purchase a pool based on the cheapest, that is exactly what you will get a cheap front end project with alot of expense down the road. I recommend you get at least 3 bids. expect to spend $25k and up.
If you can't see the bottom, dump a bunch of liquid chlorine into the pool and run the filter 24-7 till the water clears up. Make sure the PH is 7.0-7.2 range. Keep adding chl…orine daily. If you can see the bottom: Buy a vacuum hose and a vacuum head that attaches to a pole (and a pole that reaches across the bottom of the pool if you don't have these). The first cleaning in the spring, connect the vauum hose to the skimmer and set the filter to "waste". Then vacuum just as you would your carpet in your house. Subsequently you can leave the filter set to "filter" mode when you vacuum. If you have a diverter valve turn off the bottom drain. This will provide greater suction at the skimmer and an easier time vacuuming.
It varies a lot depending on the size and the materials you use. Plus there are extras like poolside finishing, diving boards, steps, etc. If we're talking about a normal …family pool, $20K or more is a safe bet. However, you could increase that number significantly with a larger pool, or one lined with concrete or fiberglass instead of vinyl (the cheapest option). Or you could install a water slide or tanning platform, or use fancy lighting, or need a fence installed. These things are all called extras, but it's rare that someone building an inground pool doesn't want a least a couple of them. Fortunately, there are also ways to reduce the cost of an inground pool - namely, by doing some or all of the work yourself. If you know what you're doing, you could at least do a lot of the excavating. For more ambitious do-it-yourselfers, there are inground pool kits that provide you with all the materials you need to construct a pool. These run around $10K and up. I dealt with shelley hill swimming pools in ny they are very good, you can look them up on google and get an estimate.
depends on size of pool. the bigger the pool, the more area that is covered by water. by adding more water you increase the pressure that will be administered to your swimming… pool. make sense? doesn't to me, but its the truth. Swimming pools do not have PSI per say.
Yes, I know some friends with an inground swimming pool and they have had it for quit some time now. I am pretty sure that they last more than an above ground.
By getting a pool worker to clean it. Also by covering it checking the filter filling it up and removing any leaves and things. I reccomend PoolWerx. Australian Number: 1800 0…09 000
I live next to a large pond and the best way I found is to use copper sulfate. What this does is remove the oxogen in the water. Vacuum heavily during the next few weeks… and after your done turn the filters on. if you keep the dead algae stirred up the filters should do the rest. Hope this helps!
It would be one you dig with a shovel and fill with your garden hose. Really.
A pool is not "grounded" but it is "bonded". Bonding requirements vary greatly from city to township and county regulations. Some governments may make you com…ply with the National Electric Code which is very specific and can be expensive. Others have adopted some variation that complies with the standard partially but is still sufficient to prevent "stray current" from causing harm. The pool bonding process must be completed before concrete is poured and typically a "bonding inspection" is required to make sure everything complies to the local code. Pool bonding is generally done by the pool installer, not the electrician. Your local building or zoning department can advise you on the specifics in your area. Pool & Spa
Hello! I am the product manager for OxiClean. You can just use water to rinse away the OxiClean. After being mixed with water, OxiClean Versatile Stain Remover breaks down int…o water, oxygen, soda ash. There are no toxic fumes. OxiClean® will do no harm to our lakes and streams, and will have no effect on your septic system. The product is diluted considerably by the time it reaches the septic system that it will not affect the overall pH of the septic system. Hope this helps. If you need further information, call the Church & Dwight consumer help line at 1-800-781-7529 Monday through Friday 9AM-5PM.