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Need advice new pool build in San antonio

Posted by todd117 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 10, 12 at 20:01

Ok getting quotes starting this week. This is what I think i want, tell me what you think. I have thick skin so fire away.
20 x 30 Freeform 3' x 6' large tanning lounge with entry steps bubbler on lounge with separate valve and umbrella anchor

Gunite shell flagstone coping 351 sq ft sundeck 2 skimmers 2 main drains 5 returns 1 cleaner line

1.5 and 2" sch 40 PVC
Pentair intelliflow smart pump
Pentair 60 DE Filter
Polaris 280 and Pentair booster pump
Pentair rainbow 320 chlorinator
Pentair intellibrite led light with remote facing away from house
Ez touch computer system with wireless remote
Natural boulder grotto with seat bench 6 1/2 wide and 3' tall
SRS Turbo twister slide wrapped around grotto. Both controlled by remote
Loop lock mesh pool cover
Pebble tec plaster

Ok pbs and posters fire away. Going to get quotes etc from 4 PBs


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RE: Need advice new pool build in San antonio

So very helpful, thank you so much


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RE: Need advice new pool build in San antonio

On the tanning lounge do you plan on having lounge chairs there? I ask because the dimensions sound tight, you might want to actually measure it out and see what it looks like. When I had my pool built the design guy described a beach entry that serves as a lounge area like 6" deep it measures 3' X 16' . I wish I would have measured it out on paper it looked adequate but it really is more like a extra deep bench. In retrospect I should have had it measure out 6' depth and 16' length.


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