Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

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misspattib

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby misspattib » Fri 10 Jun, 2011 13:41

what pool store out east can I purchase coping from and where can I purchase corner grabbers for a Sun Holiday Pool?
Patti


misspattib

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby misspattib » Fri 10 Jun, 2011 14:00

are you still available for sun holiday pool questions advice?
patti
llouvw

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby llouvw » Fri 17 Jun, 2011 14:07

Owner of a Sun Holiday Pool, and the plastic corners are all broken. They say Sun Holiday on them. I have been to every pool company listed. Where can you find the corners?
Guest

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby Guest » Sat 07 Apr, 2012 18:21

John Simon wrote:
The Pool Guy wrote:Anybody in this area happen to own one of their pools ? I can give advice and info. on "The good-bad-and the ugly" Please reply...Thanks.


I have a Sun Holiday 16' x 32' with hopper bottom (6" deep)installed in 1989. Still has the original liner and has been used every year since install. Except for replacing carpet it has held up very well. The liner holder around the top of the pool is plastic and needs replaced due to warpage. I noticed that later models of the pools used an aluminum extrusion instead of plastic. I am looking for a place to purchase this and the cost. Would also like a price on replacing of the liner. I would perform the install myself. Thanks
larbow

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby larbow » Sat 07 Apr, 2012 18:36

I have a 16x32 sun holiday pool with two 8' decks, one on the side and one on the end. It needs a new liner as the old one had black alge on the liner. The alge came from someone that had been in the ocean and did not wash their swim suit. and it is almost impossable to get rid of, I used 5 bottles @ $28.00 a bottle and still did not get rid of it. The liner had stretch holes on one end, so I cut it up and put the liner in the trash. It was twenty two years old. A new liner is $695.00 from Sun Holiday on the corner of E. main St. and Link Road East of Reynoldsburd, Ohio.
Pool User wrote:
John Simon wrote:
The Pool Guy wrote:Anybody in this area happen to own one of their pools ? I can give advice and info. on "The good-bad-and the ugly" Please reply...Thanks.


I have a Sun Holiday 16' x 32' with hopper bottom (6" deep)installed in 1989. Still has the original liner and has been used every year since install. Except for replacing carpet it has held up very well. The liner holder around the top of the pool is plastic and needs replaced due to warpage. I noticed that later models of the pools used an aluminum extrusion instead of plastic. I am looking for a place to purchase this and the cost. Would also like a price on replacing of the liner. I would perform the install myself. Thanks
mike conrad

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby mike conrad » Mon 23 Apr, 2012 10:07

deborahd wrote:I have been installing pool liners for 21 years, dont be fooled into buying a special liner for Sun Holiday Pools, any rectangle liner will fit great and last years if installed correctly, the corner grabbers are hard to find but I have a few sets. As for the bead reciever the plastic is obsolete, aluminum can be purchased out east at pool store, quite pricey.
brenda

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby brenda » Fri 03 Aug, 2012 18:37

I have a 16x32 Sun Holiday Pool. Sadly instead of crystal clear water it is currently filled with poison ivy, weeds and a small tree. The wooden sides began to buckle out so decided to drain it before things got worse. I love this pool but family members are telling me to forget about it. How can you tell if it is worth restoring or destroying?
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Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby czechmate » Sun 05 Aug, 2012 08:17

Buy a small boat instead. Trees won't fit in it and neither will poison ivy. The way you did take care of your pool it is a waist of money to restore it anyway.
AL

Sun Holiday Pools/Columbus Ohio area

Postby AL » Sun 03 Mar, 2013 20:17

These are great pools. The original mfg is long gone but they are being built by a company named sunburst pools on the east side of columbus. They do a great job and have the corner pieces, corner grabbers as well as almost anything you need for these pools. Mine is over 28 years old and we love it!

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