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Old 03-20-2015, 02:16 AM
 
Location: LV Since 2013
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Yes concrete floor with rebar, similar to concrete patio floor. It will be expensive upwards of 1k which is why I still have not done it. it would solve the shifting problem though but not sure if the ease in set up is worth it. I'm also thinking of maybe just doing it for each supporting leg. Haven't decided yet.
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Old 12-01-2020, 04:22 PM
 
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Want to follow up on an old post... does anybody know if this may be worthwhile in the Las Vegas Area? It is certainly cheaper than traditional pool installation. Anyone know any reputable companies or thoughts on above ground pools locally?
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Old 12-04-2020, 08:22 AM
 
Location: Henderson, NV
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Huh, never seen many people do that here and yes it would be a violation of quite a few HOA rules. I love our HOA, but they even tell you how many plants (14) to have in the back yard. They’ll waive it, though, I put 12 and they never even responded (if they don’t respond within 30 days, it’s automatically approved). I’m always a mixture of baffled and confused why so many people make these bizarre comments almost like we’re talking about LEGOs or action figures. It’s a pool. It’s not a toy. How boring can you be that you think “oh well once the kids are grown...” My god, you live in a place that hits 100+ every day for 4 months, what do pools have anything to do with kids?! I swam almost every day from April through November this year! There was a rough week maybe in April and another two weeks between mid-October and late November, but I floated in the pool, swam, spring and fall used the hot tub between swimming, I just don’t get what you’re doing all summer long. You sit inside and be grumpy about the heat? I love summer! No wonder some people hate the heat, you’re doing it wrong - you should be out in the pool every day. Stop pretending pools are for kids. They’re for everyone.
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Old 12-05-2020, 10:09 AM
 
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Huh, never seen many people do that here and yes it would be a violation of quite a few HOA rules. I love our HOA, but they even tell you how many plants (14) to have in the back yard. They’ll waive it, though, I put 12 and they never even responded (if they don’t respond within 30 days, it’s automatically approved). I’m always a mixture of baffled and confused why so many people make these bizarre comments almost like we’re talking about LEGOs or action figures. It’s a pool. It’s not a toy. How boring can you be that you think “oh well once the kids are grown...” My god, you live in a place that hits 100+ every day for 4 months, what do pools have anything to do with kids?! I swam almost every day from April through November this year! There was a rough week maybe in April and another two weeks between mid-October and late November, but I floated in the pool, swam, spring and fall used the hot tub between swimming, I just don’t get what you’re doing all summer long. You sit inside and be grumpy about the heat? I love summer! No wonder some people hate the heat, you’re doing it wrong - you should be out in the pool every day. Stop pretending pools are for kids. They’re for everyone.
wut?
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Old 12-05-2020, 05:06 PM
 
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I know that my HOA does not allow above ground pools. Check before you buy one
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