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!
Sure you can. Just pump out the water
There is no fill cap,you fill your transmission through your transmission dipstick tube with the wright funel "DO NOT OVER FILL OR YOU WILL BURN UP YOUR TRANSMISION"
In order to clean granite floors, use the dry dust mop first. This helps in removing dirt which causes scratches. With a bucket full of hot water, pour some mild dish detergent to form soapy water for a more efficient cleaning. Next, dip the rag mop into the mixture and then use it to sweep the floor. Wring out water from the mop right before using it to sweep the floor. It is always a good idea to start at the corners and then make your way towards the center of the floor. Once done, you can unfill the dirty water and rinse the bucket and fill again with hot clean water and then start sweeping the floor. Once these steps are done, next you can leave the floor to dry out completely and avoid walking until its dry.