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I bought a house with an inground pool that was filled partially with demolition debris; bricks, cinderblocks, sheetrock tile, leaves. The owner wanted to bury it as well, he didn't fill it all the way, it looked like a black water pond. The gunite shells will last forever. All the other stuff may need replacement and you may need to re-plaster it. I live in the North East and found an old timer in the yellow pages that replaced my tile, coping an plastered for $5000. Not including the filter! Good luck!

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