How can you fix swimming pool copping COPING?
Here's a link to a page that a group of skate boarders put up that describes how to build your own coping: http://www.skateandannoy.com/features/diy/concretecoping/ You might start there. I am no expert but I would think you might want to make sure the surface receiving the new coping is definitely textured/chipped up enough so the new concrete will grab onto it well.
Same thing happened to me. I took off the top rail and coping off and was able to stretch the liner back over the wall and replace the coping and top rail. I think it will slip again before the end of this pool year. I think I will lower the level of my pool next spring and try and stretch it back over the wall again.
I have a sinking problem with my pool too. The technician says the way to fix it is to drill deep holes around the sinking side and put cement in to support the pool. It is a big job. Takes a couple days. Pool sinking? Is the pool sinking The wall of the pool and coping are one unit, the concrete deck is also a unit, they move independent of each other, with a caulk…
copper staining! It has nothing to do with the chlorine or bromine in the pool. They may be running an ionizer or have treated heavily with algaecides that contain copper compounds. Their pool may be out of balance and is leeching copper from the heat exchanger if they have a heater in the pool. how to fix this problem:use white vinegar or bakig soda
No it is working as one would normally expect. swimming pools don't normally have an over flow fitted so the pool just keeps filling up past the static skimmer. the only way to fix it is just to backwash the filter until it is at the right level again. or if you don't want to waste the water get a floating pool skimmer.
Generally if chlorine level is maintained between 1-3ppm you should not smell chlorine. As the level rises it becomes noticable, however most complaints about chlorine smell are due to chloramines (even in a clear & clean pool), chlorine molecules which are bound by swimmer wastes and/or bacteria introduced to the pool. This problem can be confirmed by a reputable pool shop by testing your water. Fix it by oxidising your pool regularly during the swimming…
You really need to give the perimeter in order to get an idea of how much it would cost. Inground gunite pools range from 20K to the sky is the limit. The cost of building the pool is secondary the reputation of the builder and that is worth more than a discount builder. Try Bluehaven.com and get a warranty plan with your pool. Anyone with a shovel can build a pool but are they going…
How do you fix your pool if the slab of cement at the steps into the pool is sinking and you're afraid that it will push the steps into the pool and damage the structure?
You first of all have to find out what is causing the slab to heave. If you fix the slab then within a two year period you will be redoing the slab again. You may have a leak in the plumbing of the pool or a leak in the house plumbing or to the garden hose. Fix all the leaks and then replace the slab.
Can you fix a small hole on your above-ground swimming pool wall if it's located six inches from the top?
The hole has to be small to fix it this way. Pump the water down below the hole. Cut a piece of vinyl from an old liner or from a beach ball. Smear plastic cement (the kind used for PVC pipes and can be purchased at hardware stores) and glue the plastic to the hole. Let it dry. Fill pool up and see if it holds. Usually it does.
If the crack(s) are small and you have determined that your pool is not loosing water then leave the cracks alone. If the crack is sufficient to make the pool loose water ( determine that you are actually loosing water with a bucket test) the crack can be sealed with epoxy putty, fix-leak, or hot epoxy. It takes a specialist to determind just how much of the crack needs to be reworked.