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    Normally it is a no water no pay situation, try a differant drilling company.

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    Well here is a great big swimming pool I saw today, to my mind it seems a bit dangerous due to the depth, the steps leading into the pool seem to be at a depth of about 1.8 meters deep, ie no steps into the shallow end


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    IMO Should definately have a ladder in the deep end... I also agree that the steps should be moved towards the shallow end a little more..

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    naw, it will be fine until they fill it up

    I suppose the steps will give a choice of which depth you want to go into

    turn left if you can't swim

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    naw, it will be fine until they fill it up

    I suppose the steps will give a choice of which depth you want to go into

    turn left if you can't swim
    I C it the same way. Looks as if one could step out from the deaper end right onto the steps. I sort of like this feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driventowin View Post
    IMO Should definately have a ladder in the deep end... I also agree that the steps should be moved towards the shallow end a little more..
    Somehow I think it was in the design to have an option to go toward shallow or deep ends. Good observation though.

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    I'm curious as to what you used to cover the reservoir intakes?

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    Looking for a Pool company to break n the Pattaya Market

    We are looking for a pool company that wants part of the market in Pattaya. If you are please contact me at info[at]byownerthailand.com


    We are also looking for anyone else in any phase of construction. We are not looking for employees, we are looking for Independent contractors that just want to expand or break into the Pattaya Market.

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    Re: the steps at the deep end

    I thought that it's common place to go off the deep end here I guess the steps are a new concept to an easier landing....

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    DD....did you feel repulsed and dirty building something that you can wash in ?

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    Talking How about the Waterproofing

    I was looking with interest at your pool construction and the most important part the wateproofing did NOT get a mention.
    Is your pool still holding water???
    I have found that most pool builders bypass this little bit of important action.
    We have nothing but problems where we live until we used Drizoro Waterproofing.
    Lucky it is in Bangkok.
    Let me know how youir pool is going

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    Very nice description of the whole process. I guess I won't ever do that now.

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