Adding a ladder to the deep end

SpeckledhenMay 28, 2012

We have decided that it was a bad decision to not have the PB put a ladder in the deep end. We figured that since the pool was relatively small and shallow that it really wouldn't be needed. WRONG! Any suggestions or advice on adding one? We have an I/G vinyl with steel walls and a concrete deck. I know it should have been bonded when built, but is it ok to add one now? Thanks!

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muddy_water

Not a problem the holes for the anchors can be drilled and set. I use bronze anchors on all of my pools because of the salt systems.

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