It depends on the pool and it's age. For most pools it is an easy job to replace your coping. However, for some pools it is impossible to get replacement parts because they are so old and the companies no longer exist. Some pool companies have resources where custom pool coping can be designed and manufactured, but it's costly and you need to be very specific.
For Dad, jogging is a healthy coping strategy for dealing with the stress of his job. Eating is a poor coping strategy because it just makes me fat. A big part of the alcohol treatment program is replacing drinking with healthy coping strategies.
W.R. Meadows Co. makes a product called Deck O Seal that will do the job of filling the gap between pool coping and cement deck.
As a contractor, I can tell you for certain... if your pool isn't level, you won't be able to level it without ripping it out and replacing it, and you're owed money back from your contractor for a shabby job.
Afraid not. Vinyl liner pools are built using "concrete receptor coping" into which the deck is poured. It also contains the "bead receptor" that the vinyl liner attaches to. Actually YES it can. You would want to do this during a liner replacement but it can be done. You would have to remove the concrete from around the perimeter of the pool, remove/ replace the "concrete receptor coping" with bead receiver, aluminum extrusion, form/pour a bond beam, then lay your stone. Not really an easy do it yourself job but it can be done.
Do you have a pool light niche already installed in the pool? If not, you need a pool builder to do the job to code.
THIS IS A JOB LEFT TO A PROFESSIONAL. Soot is highly combustible and could explode while and if you use a wire brush. Soot will not just hose off it has to be scrubbed off. Also the pool tech will know which parts need replacing among many other factors involved with the firebox of a pool heater.K
Is a set of job that is executed acording a needs.
This is not a job for a novice. Please let a qualified pool tech do the job for which he is more than qualified to accomplish. After all he knows the swimming pool electrical codes, what to look for , when to replace or refurbish, what to test, how to test and which GFCI works with the system. You will need a GFCI on your light if you do not currently have one. It matters none that you are JUST replacing the bulb - the code calls for upgrading/updating the entire system. Do yourself a favor and let a professional do this job. Electricity and water do not mix well.
He is a lifeguard at the pool
Blisters in the paint job? Poor preparation was the result of that. Drain the pool, re-prep the pool walls etc and repaint. Hmm, why did you paint the pool? Was it painted before?
Yes, but let a professional do the job correctly and to code.
Experienced job for a seasoned professional. Contact a local pool contractor to get you a estimate.