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Pool Build ... Back on Track

Posted by New_Pool_Girl_NC (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 1, 11 at 9:00

Thanks for all of the messages guys. I've had a chance to speak with my pool builder, and we are back on track. We have addressed all of my concerns, including the depth of the pool. Like I said pool builders are people too and sometimes when you just give people a chance they surprise you and do the right thing. I still stand by what I said to wannabe pool owners. Take your time, do your homework, and make sure you really have a good rapport with your pool builder. A good pool builder is going to recognize (especially if they intend to make good on their warranty claims if there are any) that you are going to be stuck with each other for a long time.

So in honor of the fresh start with my pool builder, I've started a new thread to symbolize it. I am finally excited about my pool project again, but very sad right now because as I am stuck in my office where I have been all night :-( the gunite team is at my house getting ready to shoot.

I can't wait to get home!!


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RE: Pool Build ... Back on Track

Gunite was shot last Friday, and I love the shape of my pool. I am looking forward to the next steps - tile, coping, equipment...

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Really cool horseshoe shaped bench in the spa.

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Who said you had to have water to enjoy your pool? I love the sunshelf. It's big enough for four of those chairs or two loungers.

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