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Marbletite freestone style pebble color

Posted by Stefv1 (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 28, 12 at 23:11

I am in the process of planning for installation of my pool. I have decided to use marbletite freestone style in nirobi color. Has anyone else installed this and do you have pictures to post so I can see what color the water will be? This is the second time I've tried to post this. Hope it works this time.


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RE: Marbletite freestone style pebble color

And also San Paulo. Thanks

RE: Marbletite freestone style pebble color

We are happy with Marbletite, however we have Antigua.

Here is a link that might be useful: Our pool build in Jacksonville

RE: Marbletite freestone style pebble color

Water color in two different yards will differ even if the same batch is used. It's not just the product, it's the water used and surrounding environment that also impact this, more than you might think in fact.


RE: Marbletite freestone style pebble color

Nice pool Brentr. Enjoyed watching the progress in your photos. Thanks for link.

Scott, thanks for the info. Your input is greatly appreciated. That's kind of why I wanted to see more pics. I know this color can be intensely dark in over cast conditions. It appears to look like a glass mirror. When the sun is out it becomes a beautiful color, at least in two other brands. The only one the manufacturer shows on website is in shaded conditions. I just want to see if the color gets as intense in sunlight as other brands. They are all slightly different in their pebble makeup.

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