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Answered 2009-05-01 03:02:19

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.

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