A concrete pool is better just about any where unless there is a lot of ground movement.
Football, swimming (install a small plastic swimming pool), etc.
You will need to level the area under the pool, though. Most suggest using sand to do this.
Generally, a liner pool is cheaper to install and operate, especially in areas that may freeze in the winter. Hatawa
Yes, as long as the pool itself is on level ground. If not then see if the pool company that is going to build your pool give you some pointers.
Show Me Rentals Inc. will do this work. The service Missouri and Southern Illinois. Check out there website here: http://www.showmepartyandpools.com/Pool_Services.html
A concrete pool is better any where if it is done professionally.
The cost to install a pool and spa will depend on a number of different factors such as size, type, and location. An above ground pool will cost $2500 to $4500 with an installation cost of $1000 to $3000. A concrete pool can cost $20,000 to $45,000. Spas can cost between $4000 to $10,000.
There does not appear to be anything that can be put in your pool to redeye your concrete in the pool dark blue. This can only be achieved by draining the pool and painting the concrete a dark blue color.
Yes, there is no problem with using salt in a concrete pool.
A concrete pool keeps looking better for longer and will outlast a fibreglass pool. Fibreglass pool maufacturers offer guarantees of between 10-20 years. This gives some idea of the longevitiy of fibreglass pools. Fibreglass pools have the following advantages: 1. Easier to install than concrete pools 2. More inert to chemicals and thus require less maintenance and cost than concrete pools 3. Easier to clean than tiles pools
The frog jumps through the fence and jumps into the pool.
No, there is not.
People.And only people.Because of the chlorine in a backyard swimming pool anything that lives in there, (fish/sea creatures) will die.
Don't do it. Too many possibilities for leaks. Get Fiberglass or vinyl pool, learn to install that instead.
by taking the liner away!
That last answer was not very helpful. Installing an aboveground pool can cost $1,500-$5,000; for in-ground $7,000-$16,000 for a vinyl-lined model, $15,000-$25,000 for a fiberglass shell and $17,000-$45,000 for concrete or gunite. However, custom designs can run prices much higher. source: costhelper.com
Yes,but only if your pool is resin[that is constructed from 100% polymer or plastic]. It is not advisable to use salt in a "steel pool". Salt in a steel pool is a lousy salesman answer. All Chlorine is made from Salt and the amount needed in your pool is insignificant to what kind of pool you have. Any pool can be salt
Both are fine. Due to the short season a vinyl liner pool will hold up for many years. The problem with a viyl liner pool is you have to stick to certain set sizes and designs. Small leaks can be patched, or eventually replaced with a new liner. A concrete or gunite pool will last for 25 - 30+ years. They can be constructed in custom designs.
Yes it can be done
a concrete pool A: Visit your local pool store for professional advice.
It depends on a lot of different things - the main two being size (length, width and depth) and materials (concrete, vinyl, fiberglass). Prices also vary by region. That said, the average backyard pool costs somewhere between $25,000 and $50,000 to install via a pool contractor. If you want something big and fancy, it will obviously cost more. If you can do some or all of the work yourself, it could cost significantly less.
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