Leveling question

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Sarajo
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Leveling question

Postby Sarajo » Sat 23 May, 2020 21:21

Hey guys,
So today we put up our 14’ round 48” deep summer waves stall frame pool. The frame itself is perfectly level in every direction, but the water on one “pie slice” of the pool is about an inch shallower. Now, I know this is because we got the sand a little too deep over there. My question is, if the frame is perfectly level, will it be ok?
Will it just be an inch shallower for whoever is standing there, or will it be visibly unlevel and cause problems?

I hope that makes sense. Thank you.


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Re: Leveling question

Postby Denniswiseman » Sun 24 May, 2020 02:58

So long as the frame is level when full of water there won't be any noticable difference. Water seeks it's own level
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Re: Leveling question

Postby Roman1 » Mon 01 Jun, 2020 10:28

I've read that 1-2" off level is safe but no more than that. I'm anxious because my 10ft pool is about 3" off.
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Re: Leveling question

Postby Denniswiseman » Mon 01 Jun, 2020 14:27

I don't have experience of above ground pools
What I don't understand is how it could be 3" out over 10'

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