It all depends on what shape the pool is.
Rectangle : L X W X Height
Free-form pools like kidneys etc, need a lot more detailing.
L plus W plus H
The way you would do this is by measuring from the inside on the wall, to the opposite side, inside on the wall. Do this in both direction on the pool. Most people measure from top rail to top rail, this gives them a wrong measurement. Let's say you have a 15x30 oval, you would measure from inside to inside, on the wall to get you measurements. To determine the height of above ground pools, you will measure from the bottom track to the top of the wall. Let's say it is 52"
so you would have a 15x30x52 pool. Just a little side note, not every above ground pool is exactly a perfect measurement, saying that a 15x30 might read 14'8"x30'4" but in turn it will be a 15x30 foot pool.
Hum, will the liner fit? Is it brittle? How old is it? has it shrunk? k
That normally depends on where you are getting the liner from, but in most cases, you measure the pool diameter and actual pool wall height. When you order the liner, let the liner manufacturer know the liner is for an above-ground pool with an overlap liner. The liner manufacturer will then make the pool wall enough longer to allow several inches of liner material to fold over the top of the pool wall and anchor it in place with the liner locking strips.
I know that there are expandable liners that are available from online suppliers such as intheswim.com. This particular company also has a custom pool liner service too.
well everyone should know that peanuts grow above ground!!!!!! No, because then they know something that wasn't true. Only their leaves grow above ground.
I would like to know (step by step) how to disassemble an above ground pool
A beaded liner will have a thick bead or lip of vinyl around the top of the liner. This bead will fit into a track which is made to receive the bead at the top edge of your pool. To replace it you simply pull out the old one an insert the new. There is a little more to it, but as far as the bead is concerned that is all you have to do with it. Overlap liners are harder to install because there is no bead so you don't know where the correct height is. You overlap the liner over the top edge of the swimming pool and clamp it in place with a piece of plastic. A beaded liner is harder to measure but easier to install and a over lapping liner is just the opposite because you are constantly adjusting the plastic clamps.
No reason. you can as a mater of fact I know someone that put a large above ground pool almost totally in the ground he left about 150 mm/6niches sticking out of the ground. dug the hole big enough to set it up, filled it with water, then back filled the edge around the pool with a 10 to 1 sand cement mix. reckons after more then 15 years he had to replace the liner but the rest of the pool was still in great shape.
Temperature I am 90% sure. Don't know if this is right tho.
If it's erroding
We are in the process of doing jsut that. We are replacing the liner and bottom of pool. We have the vermiculite bottom. We filled in the deep end of pool, due to water shortages, and are now trying to decide which liner to buy. I don't know anything about the sand bottoms but our bottom fell apart when we took the liner out. Hope this helps
Cruse liner? Don't know. Cruise liner? Two to three years.
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