Generally, that should not be a problem.
YOU WILL NEED TO CHECK WITH THE MANUFACTURER .SOME ABOVE GROUND POOL OUTER WALLS ARE TREATED WITH AN EXTRA COAT OF PAINT OR TYPE OF PRODUCT TO KEEP WALL FROM RUSTING DUE TO CONTACT WITH SOIL.
you cover your pool to keep debris out and keep heat and chemicals in whether the weather is good or bad.
From the information I have found the best thing to do here is go with a vynil pool as these are best suited to ground movement
Yes, it is ok to use iron out in a pool for "cleaning only". If you intend to swim in the pool iron out can cause skin and eye irritations and poisoning if swallowed. The makers of Iron Out said it is not recommended for swimming pools.
The pool needs to be level to have the walls hold the water in with equal pressure at all points. The more slanted your pool is, the more you are increasing your risk of collapse. Remember all these pools are quality and stress tested on level ground. They are designed for use on level ground. If you want to experiment for fun, go ahead, but watch out!
Sure, why not. Set it up, cover it and wait until early summer to start working on it. I wouldn't add any water to it yet, since in the early summer you have to add your pool chemicals to it. So why waste the chemicals in the winter.
If you are insured you should be OK. if not you are up for it your self .
If the pool is above ground and round, it is designed to carry the pressure of the water when it is level by carrying load as in a hoop. If it is not level, bending loads are produced due to non uniform pressure and the pool could collapse as it is not designed for these loads. If it is off by an inch or so deep over 3 or 4 feet depth that is OK, but Iwould not go much beyond that.
If it was working ok before you lined it and you have no problems removing the liner you should have no problems.
yes that's ok all of my pregnancies were that way
Yes, it is ok.
not really, there is bacteria in the pool that can cause your lip to get infected
It would probably do no particular harm, However it would be a good idea to keep an eye on the water so that you add chlorine or algae-side should the pool need it. the pump can be run sol long as the water level is OK.
The equipment - pump etc - should have a ground connector with the wiring if it is the plug in type. If the equp. is to be hardwired then a separate green wire should be pulled into the conduit from the source to the pump etc. In addition to that all the equipment should be bonded electrically. Your electrician will know what this means. By connecting this green wire as per code you should be Ok. However, this is a job for a qualified electrician who knows the codes in your area. As for connecting the metal walls of the pool - I do not know what the code calls for in your state for grounding or bonding this piece. k
Yes, it's ok to fill from a well. It is smart to have the water tested. A pool supply comapny should be able to do this. The exception would be filling from a shallow well that may contain pesticides or petroleum (gasoline or oil). This can happen when older storage tanks rust through and the product contaminates the ground water.
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So long as the chlorine levels in the pool are OK there should be nothing to worry about.
It shouldn't after all the top of the pebble tech pool is out of the water forever and it doesn't seem to hurt it. However be careful that you don't get a build up of ground water around the outside of the pool, This can cause an empty pool to start floating and that will definitely hurt it. If you have a hydro static valve at the bottom that works it should be ok.
The are grown in the Ground. ok
If it is a hot spa or jacuzzi, it is fine, and in a swimming pool it is ok, but you should get that checked out.
The easiest is to kill an enemy holding one which are mostly grunts OK? and then when its on the ground step above it and press X