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Postby jo » Sun 03 Jun, 2007 21:51

We have a 6 year old 20,000 inground liner pool. The pool company that built it opens and closes our pool each season. They charge $800.00 to close the pool...most of which is antifreeze....96 gallons to be exact. After a few seasons, could that much antifreeze be harmful? They claim the antifreeze evaporates. Any comments?


Postby Guest » Fri 03 Aug, 2007 12:38

that is way to much antifreeze the most i use for my 31,500 gallon pool is 4 gallons. :shock:
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Postby Backglass » Fri 03 Aug, 2007 14:01

Agreed...and evaporate? Evaporate from where...you pool? The pipes? The ground? $800 is crazy money to close a pool.
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Postby Guest » Tue 28 Aug, 2007 18:36

I have a 33,000 gallon pool and they charge me only 250,
you are paying way too much

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