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all tile pool in philly area?

Posted by panjbob (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 8, 11 at 22:53

I live in philly suburb and it is time to renovate my pool, is it good to use all tiles in the pool? if so anyone know where to get cheap tiles for pool? my pool dimension is 25x44 , aound 800sqf. I have a general contractor to do the job for me, not pool people due to high cost of pool contractor. If all tile is not an option i will do white plaster, do I need a water truck to fill the pool? any input is appreaciated.

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RE: all tile pool in philly area?

I don't know if it is true but I have heard that it is not good to use all tile in a pool in climates with such diverse temps. I would look into the Pebble Tec line of products. They are very strong. All tile pools are usually seen in warmer climates. BTW-I am not a pool expert by any means, so if I am wrong I am sorry, but I thought there was a thread about this in the past.

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