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betsyglasser

inground pool conversion

Postby betsyglasser » Mon 12 Dec, 2016 14:51

interested in purchasing property with existing rectangular shaped inground pool -- hoping to eliminate pool but do not where to start -- would like to lay a foundation or slab and add an addition -- does the entire pool need to come out or can it be broken up to use on bottom before laying a foundation? -- would better alternative be to remove and fill and let settle before laying new slab/foundation? -- thoughts would be appreciated before I get myself in over my head so to speak --


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Re: inground pool conversion

Postby Fipol Pool » Thu 12 Jan, 2017 10:01

betsyglasser wrote:interested in purchasing property with existing rectangular shaped inground pool -- hoping to eliminate pool but do not where to start -- would like to lay a foundation or slab and add an addition -- does the entire pool need to come out or can it be broken up to use on bottom before laying a foundation? -- would better alternative be to remove and fill and let settle before laying new slab/foundation? -- thoughts would be appreciated before I get myself in over my head so to speak --


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Re: inground pool conversion

Postby Denniswiseman » Fri 13 Jan, 2017 03:54

betsyglasser wrote:interested in purchasing property with existing rectangular shaped inground pool -- hoping to eliminate pool but do not where to start -- would like to lay a foundation or slab and add an addition -- does the entire pool need to come out or can it be broken up to use on bottom before laying a foundation? -- would better alternative be to remove and fill and let settle before laying new slab/foundation? -- thoughts would be appreciated before I get myself in over my head so to speak --

You really need to to get a structural engineer to check out what you can do. If you can keep it under the extension you would have a large storage area
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Re: inground pool conversion

Postby Shawsid » Tue 30 Apr, 2019 14:26

I have a 16x32 in ground pool with vinyl liner and wanting to put a above ground pool inside of in ground frame. And was wondering what all I would have to do ?
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Re: inground pool conversion

Postby Teapot » Tue 30 Apr, 2019 23:16

Wondering why?
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Re: inground pool conversion

Postby Shawsid » Wed 01 May, 2019 11:57

wondering what alli will have to do for it to work

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