There are several variables that affect the overall cost of building and maintaining an inground pool, including the size of the pool and the material will comprise it. In the Chicagoland area a small, basic inground pool will cost between $20,000 and $50,000. Some of the larger, deeper and more high-end inground pools can cost as much as $100,000. Factors into the Cost of the Pool: Size, Region, Materials, Add-on. Ways to Reduce Your Inground Pool Cost: Buy Off-Season, Shop Around, Do It Yourself.
about or around 30,000 dollars
you rip off or scrape the old stuff apply adhesive where the old stuff was and then apply the new rubber seal
Around 20 x 40
Put water proof tape around it and put the inlets around the pool.
AN adhesive plaster will soak blood up and stop it spreading around. Change them as often as possible.
absolutly not In the case of most pools esp, pools with liners, the concrete rim around the pool is an integral part of the whole structure. It serves a solid rim to support the walls of the pool.
You would have to tell us what kind of adhesive and if the floor is bare wood, or has a finish like varnish or oil. If the adhesive can is still around, look on it for 'clean up' directions.
It depends on how deep it is. But probably around 30,000 gallons
England around 1840.
In california a 25 X 45 inground pool will cost from 25k to 35k. The actual price will be determined by the contractor you hired so shop around.
I have a pool company, we service several pools each week. One customer has a cartridge filter for an inground pool and there is always sand in it. This customer has brick retaining walls around two sides of the pool. The more it rains or the customer uses the pool the more sand is washed into the pool. I don't know if this applies to your pool. If it is in-fact sand it has be coming from the environment around the pool.