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New owner of an old pool (Combined Posts)

New owner of an old pool (Combined Posts)

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Old 05-31-05, 08:13 PM
Jack63
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New owner of an old pool

Hi, this is my first post and Im sure it wont be the last. I was wondering if anyone out there has an idea of what to do with an old cracked unlevel,, really unlevel concrete pool deck. I was hoping this could be a do it yourself project. Also was really hoping to not have to tear out the old, maybe just some self leveling mixture and some sort of thin top product. Well, thanks in advance to those who could be of help.
 
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Old 05-31-05, 08:35 PM
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suggest, you contact concrete contractors in your area and see what they say.


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Old 06-01-05, 05:05 PM
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I can tear up and put in new, just thought there may be a cheaper easier way, thanks for your imput though.
 
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Old 06-02-05, 10:01 PM
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If you jack hammer it out and re-pour, make sure you have proper drainage and put a little more-rebar into the deck. Also make sure you leave in the expansion joint around the pool between the coping and the deck and fill it with deck-o-sealů
 
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Old 06-03-05, 05:52 PM
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Thanks

Thanks for the info millenium man, I think i will end up tearing out witha sledge and pick.Is exposed aggragate the most widlely used finish or what would be feet friendly. Thanks again
 
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Old 06-04-05, 05:44 AM
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Finally got balance, just milky

Are different brands of chemicals better than others and why, what should I do to get clarity, everything else is right on, thanks for your help.

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