Above ground pool muddy grass suggestions

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Above ground pool muddy grass suggestions

Postby jimmerz98 » Sat 01 Jun, 2019 14:58

I'm having trouble thinking of an easy solution to my problem. We've been getting a lot of rain. My yard is saturated. So when we get in the pool there is a small muddy area in the grass. I'm looking for suggestions on how to solve this?

I've thought about just a couple of concrete pads from the sidewalk to the stairs.

I'm open to suggestions. I'm also going to be adding more stone and weeding around the pool. Just opened...

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Re: Above ground pool muddy grass suggestions

Postby Teapot » Sat 01 Jun, 2019 15:53

Can't see your photo, nothing wrong with your suggestion, an alternative is resin bonded stone, very porous and a fantastic range of colours and patterns you can do.
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Re: Above ground pool muddy grass suggestions

Postby Denniswiseman » Sun 02 Jun, 2019 02:50

Teapot wrote:Can't see your photo, nothing wrong with your suggestion, an alternative is resin bonded stone, very porous and a fantastic range of colours and patterns you can do.

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Obviously the grass will get muddy without a hard standing. I would be inclined to remove the turf, build up the ground a bit so the water runs off and finish how you want
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Re: Above ground pool muddy grass suggestions

Postby jimmerz98 » Sun 02 Jun, 2019 06:27

Teapot wrote:Can't see your photo, nothing wrong with your suggestion, an alternative is resin bonded stone, very porous and a fantastic range of colours and patterns you can do.



Thats a good idea. Thanks


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