"lighting" can not cause cracks
leaves sitting at the bottom of the pool
No. During a water polo match, touching the bottom of the pool is considered a foul, and will be called as such. The term used is: "Off the bottom." This will cause the team to lose the ball and cause a turn-over.
A layer of white residue on the bottom of a pool could be the result of many things. Calcium deposits may be the most likely cause.
If you are referring to underwater lighting you must install the pool first but before you install the water.
So that they can see out far into the ocean. And in a pool- so that the glare of sunlight or lighting is reduced on the surface which enables lifeguards to see to he bottom of the pool. The standard height is 2 metres of the ground.
no you can not
The most likely cause is hydrostatic pressure from underground water. This can be a very dangerous problem for the pool and I would contact the installer immediately for an onsite consultation. If it is hydrostatic pressure and is not relieved, the pool can be permanently damaged. thepoolandspawarehouse.com
At the bottom of the pool.
you clean green algae off the bottom of the pool putting some chlorine in it and that should take care of it but if it doesn't then you should clean the bottom of the pool and do some scrubbing with your pool vacuum.
There is no filter at the bottom of a pool. Perhaps you are looking at the hydrostatic valve which is there in case your pool is emptied and Will make sure that the pool wont float in ground water.
You have to place a boom half way through the pool.
THE swimming pool under the NIGHTCLUB.
The distance from the bottom of the pool to the bottom of the house footing is based on a 45 degree line from the bottom of pool to the bottom of the house footing. Basically if the pool is 3'-0" deep you must stay 3'-0" from the house. If the pool is 6'-0" deep you must stay 6'-0" back. Call your building department to verify.
State and local codes dictate location of pool lighting.
You can use a pool vacuum to clean dirt off the bottom of a pool. A pool vacuum clear is designed to be connected to a water source or it can be connected to your pool's circulation system.
Bottom of the pool is circular in shape and its radius is 9 feet. Thus area of bottom of pool = pi x r2 = 3.14159265 x 92 = 254.469005 sq. feet
If there is a film laying on the bottom of the pool it is most likely that the pool has clarifier or floculant put in it. If so let the pool settle for a day or two until all of the clarifier and contaminant has settled to the bottom then turn the filter to waste and gently vacuum the cloudy material on the bottom of the pool to waste do not put floculant through the filtration vac it to waste.
yes, you can, but u have to expect maximum twins, cause more babies would take u to bottom.
same as the bottom
Have the pool drained and acid washed.
Vacuum the pool slowly on backwash.
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