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Ideas to hide pool equipment?

Posted by rockybird (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 7, 12 at 15:08

The pool contractor asked me about building a block wall to hide the pool equipment. I hadn't given this any thought. What kind of enclosures do you all have or have you seen or recommend to hide visible pool equipment?


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RE: Ideas to hide pool equipment?

We put ours behind a big pine tree and I have seen some hidden behind white vinyl lattice type fences. We have some friends that are going to build a little shed around theirs and store their pool equipment in it as well.


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RE: Ideas to hide pool equipment?

As a service pro, I like non-organic solutions like fencing, block wall, etc... and a well spaced out pad. Makes your future repairs much easier, neater, faster, and often less expensive.

Scott


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RE: Ideas to hide pool equipment?

Thank you! Unfortunately I did not stragetically place the pool equipment in a good place. To hide it, I could have put it against a back bedroom wall, but I didnt want the guests to have to listen to it. Now it is visible from the living room. I am going to try to match the block wall of the house and build a wall around it. Unfortunately, It is blocking some of the view of the green trees in the wash behind it. :(


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