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Where do you get bulk water to fill a new pool?


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2012-04-17 20:37:25
2012-04-17 20:37:25

Check with your local pool company. They should be able to advise you which route is the cheapest of a delivery of water in a truck, using the fire hydrant (if in an area with this service) or using your hoses at your home. Your city can give you further information about using the hydrant and hose rental. etc.

Any bulk water delivery company in your area will be able to fill up your pool. I live in Michigan and we've used Blue Water Trucking in the past. Try looking up similar companies under bulk water delivery in your area.

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