How do you install a packed sand bottom in an above ground pool?
if you google - installing an above ground pool - you will get links to sites that post quite explicit directions
Depending on location, water underground can be is a layer that can be tapped anywhere in that area. Other places, it is in a stream, much as it is above ground. You dig a hole and go a little past the level of the water, install a casing or pipe for collection and a smaller pipe inside of it to pump out the water. Shallow wells have the pump above ground and deep wells have…
In southern California the cost to install an above ground pool vary by size of the pool and the prep work needed to level the area and the cost of building materials like sand. Generally speaking, most pools cost between $800 and $1500 to have professionally installed. Pools with a deep end and pools partially buried in the ground will be substantially more.
bottom I don't think top refers to the little leafy bits highest above the ground, but to the part of the tree above ground vs. the part below ground. Otherwise it's a question not even worth asking since the answer is obvious. Any opinions [question mark] I can end with ? or "there's something wrong with my answer".
It depends how big it is and where it is going to go. As the Installation and Service Manager at Abovegroundpros.com, the overall price for you to install a above ground pool yourself should only run you around 200$ 3 to 4 friends who dont mind doing work, maybe some pizza and beer for them and a couple of days to do the job. We, as an above ground pool installation company, charge anywhere from…