Yes, that would not be a problem..
Above ground pools are not as deep and less expensive. Also, If at any given time you don't want or need the pool any more, simply tear it down. That can't be said so easily about the inground pool. Around this area, an inground pool is not a selling feature for a home and doesn't add monetary value to the home. Just a few thoughts.
Once you have decided to add a swimming pool to your home, the next thing to decide is whether or not to install an above-ground swimming pool or have an in-ground swimming pool built. There are many things to consider when making this decision, the most important of which are cost and how the pool will affect the equity in your home. If the thought of spending upwards of $20,000 or more to install an in-ground swimming pool on your property is keeping you from having a pool at all, then it may be in your best interest to think about installing an above-ground swimming pool. Above-ground pools are not only considerably cheaper to buy, install and maintain, but they also can be made to look just as appealing as an in-ground pool. With the proper installation and optional decking, you can turn your back yard into a welcoming oasis for optimum entertaining in the summer months. An above-ground swimming pool, even a deluxe model, will only set you back a few thousand dollars, a fraction of what you could ultimately spend on building an in-ground swimming pool, after you take into consideration the excavation and landscaping costs to ready the ground for the construction of the pool, not to mention plumbing and electrical costs, building permits, etc. Most municipalities will allow you to purchase and erect an above-ground swimming pool without obtaining a building permit, and because the pool is set above-ground in most cases, there are no excavation fees associated with the construction. When it comes to home equity, the county tax assessor’s office for the area in which you reside determines whether or not an above-ground swimming pool adds value to the property. While in-ground swimming pools are a sure guarantee that your home equity will rise considerably, in many cases, above-ground pools will not add value to the property, per se. However, that is not to say that if and when you decide to sell your property, you can’t ask a higher price for your home taking into consideration that there is a pool on site, regardless of the fact it is an above-ground pool.
form_title=Swimming Pool Repair form_header=11653 What type of pool do you need repaired?*= () Above ground () In ground What primary material is the interior pool surface made of?*= () Vinyl () Concrete () Tile () Unsure () Fiberglass Can you describe the repairs that are needed?*=  Vinyl lining repair  Pool cover needs repair  Filtration system not working  Pool surface is cracked or flaking  Tile needs repair  Want to replace or add accessories  Heater not working  Other  Want to remove/fill in pool
There are above ground pool salt water systems available. These systems turn salt into chlorine. All you have to do is add a piece of equipment to your pool. Which product you buy depends on your pool. Your pool will look, feel, and smell much better. You will also spend less time maintaining your pool. It will cost you to buy the equipment ($150 and up), but I think you will be very happy with the results.
It does not matter if you have an above ground or in ground pool, just take the bottle and go around the pool spilling it in at the side of the pool,make a complete circle around the pool, that would be for maintaining an alage free pool after a rain storm. If your pools green then it is best to add the contents as recommended on the bottle.for the amount of alage control to the amount of gallons that your pool holds, I would add the perscribed amount the same way, just make sure you are running your filter if your water is green.
To chemically treat a new above ground pool, you will have to add chlorine to the pool. You will also have to test your pool water to see where the PH is. Depending on the reading that you get, you will have to add PH plus, or PH minus to the water. Shelley Hill Pools has over 40 years of experience providing in ground, concrete, indoor, built in, and infinity pools, in new york, hudson valley. Our focus on quality and aesthetics has made us one of the leading providers of high-end pools in the community, which is why we are the top choice for many of your neighbors. you can look us up at shelleyhillswimmingpools.com Run your filter as you add these chemicals to the pool. You should also add stabilizer to the water. This will help keep the chlorine stay in the water for longer periods of time. Without it, you will have to add chlorine much more often.
Yes you can fill a pool with hard well water. I have an above the ground pool and I have hard water. After you add shock and the rest of your chemicals, the water will turn brown. To get this out you will have to buy a chemical called metal out. It works great. You could probably add the metal out first. On start up of the pool you will have to use a few filters to get all the metal out of your pool water.
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