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Building inground pool in exceptional drought

Posted by brg88tx (My Page) on
Thu, May 26, 11 at 8:33

Is there any danger in having a pool built in an exceptional drought like we're having here in se texas? It usually rains about 4 inches per month, but i haven't had one inch in the past 3-4 months. Ground is very sandy in my area. Waiting on hoa approval and should be good to go by next week or so.

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RE: Building inground pool in exceptional drought

No danger if enough steel is placed in the shell of the pool and the Gunite is proper thickness

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