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    the company
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    in Pattaya is pretty good, but also not the cheapest.

    They calculate with stronger construction,
    to avoid problems.
    Based on their quality, they are hired not only in the Pattaya area, but also in Burinam and other areas.
    Yesterday, the MD was killed,
    Well-known Pool Company MD killed in motorbike crash in Jomtien | Pattaya One - Pattaya News, Thailand News, World News, updated 24 hours a day
    but I`m shure, the company will continue with their quality work.
    chang mai, chang rai ... cha, cha, cha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe66 View Post
    the company
    Lomatec - Lomatec
    in Pattaya is pretty good, but also not the cheapest.

    They calculate with stronger construction,
    to avoid problems.
    Based on their quality, they are hired not only in the Pattaya area, but also in Burinam and other areas.
    Yesterday, the MD was killed,
    Well-known Pool Company MD killed in motorbike crash in Jomtien | Pattaya One - Pattaya News, Thailand News, World News, updated 24 hours a day
    but I`m shure, the company will continue with their quality work.
    RIP MICHAEL

    HE WILL NOT BE MIST & I KNOW SOME PEOPLE THAT WILL BE VERY HAPPY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by neturba View Post
    Just had my pool built by Pool and Garden in Udon!! Beware!!! 10 x 5m with a salt chlorinator, spa and swim jet. As I say beware!! Cowboys is the word that comes to mind
    Please tell us what happened and how they fucked up. Is your pool ok now? I am also in Udon planning my house.

    yes, his was not a very informative post

    maybe a few details of the problems would be interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by UdonThani Pete View Post
    I am at the very early stage of wanting to have a swimming pool installed at my house, I have read I think all the posts here on TD, and Google'd the subject for days, but I like to plan way in advance.

    I have so far looked at various options and one of the best so far seems to be desjoyaux pools, but I am concerned about workmanship especially here in the North East, I would really appreciate any comments on this company based on your experiences, or at least know somebody who does.

    I must add from my homework desjoyaux has a good reputation outside of Asia, its more in Thailand I want to find out.

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    Hi Pete

    was wondering if you decided which way to go i myself have been looking to put pool in my new house build i have looked at jdpool a fiberglass one which is what i have back in the uk . 8 x 4 .
    hows yours going if you dont mind me asking

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    Get yourself one of these bad boys



    Got mine in Udon thani from global house , fukin Brilliant for just wallowing on a hot day, They had a smaller one and a larger one as well ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Get yourself one of these bad boys



    Got mine in Udon thani from global house , fukin Brilliant for just wallowing on a hot day, They had a smaller one and a larger one as well ,
    i had one in uk twice the size and you could turn it up awesome piece of kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by UdonThani Pete View Post
    All good advice guys, wish I had a neighbor as that would work and save some money as you said.

    Funny you should say about a Jacuzzi, my wife said that to me yesterday, so that now looks like the waay to go I think.

    I am still going to dabble with a pool house idea, I have what I would like in my head but getting it onto paper is a bit more difficult without even thinking of the build itself which would be a nightmare, if I do go down this road I would probably get a couple of guys I know from the UK over to do it for me, but as I said right from the start this is the early conception/planning stage, so will eventually let you guys know the outcome.

    Any of you in my area, you are always welcome to a cold one!.

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    if your looking for a builder drop me a mail
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Get yourself one of these bad boys



    Got mine in Udon thani from global house , fukin Brilliant for just wallowing on a hot day, They had a smaller one and a larger one as well ,
    How much was it in Global House? And did they know what they were doing on the installation?

    Thanks in advance,
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    I have to say I like the idea of a Jacuzzi but the actuality is different

    they make my skin itch, which may be the chlorine being forced against my skin, irritating it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    I have to say I like the idea of a Jacuzzi but the actuality is different

    they make my skin itch, which may be the chlorine being forced against my skin, irritating it
    Maybe the Chlorine level was to high or the PH


    http://home.howstuffworks.com/swimming-pool6.htm
    Pool pH Levels

    The water's pH is a measure of its total acid-alkalinity balance -- the relative proportion of acids and alkalis in the water (check out Chem4Kids: Acids & Bases for a description of acids and alkalis). Simply put, water that is either too acidic or too alkaline will cause undesirable chemical reactions. If the water is too acidic, it will corrode metal equipment, cause etching on the surface materials and cause skin irritation. If the water is too alkaline, it can cause scaling on the pool surface and plumbing equipment and can cloud the water. Additionally, both high acidity and high alkalinity alters the effectiveness of the chlorine. The chlorine won't destroy pathogens as well if the water is too alkaline, and it will dissipate much more quickly if the water is too acidic.

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    well, it happens in all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    well, it happens in all of them

    Is it hot water spa you get the itching or cold water as well.

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    only the hot ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    only the hot ones
    If I had a Jucuzzi here I would not heat the water up as it would be used to cool down.
    I had one in Aussie out side my house, never used in summer, only used it in winter & I love it when it rain.

    Worn body with the cold rain on your face.

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    I remember sitting in a real hot springs pool in the middle of the mountains near Machu Pichu

    that was fantastic

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    Update

    Well it has been a long time since starting this subject, after a lot of homework and finally finding a Pool company I had trust in, we finally decided to go ahead, unfortunately I left the day the work commenced so I am unable to give a commentary on the events, but my wife took pictures throughout so will let them speak for themselves.

    I am going to have to try to remember how to post pictures again so please bear with me.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by UdonThani Pete
    unfortunately I left the day the work commenced
    Seriously?!? I really wonder at times...

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    Work called unfortunately, still having problems downloading will try again in the morning.

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    Pete,
    To include pictures in your posts, just use IMG tags, like I have done below.

    You just go to your picture, located on the internet and "Copy Image Location". Then, in your post insert IMG tags [img] XXX [/img], with the XXX being the copied image location data.

    You then get the following.



    Quote this thread and you will see how I did it. It's really quite easy.
    You can also store all your pictures on an account over at photobucket.com.

    Your house is coming along nicely !



    Steve

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    Thank you Steve, I will give it a go this morning, the house is now where I want it to be and very happy, the pool is the icing on the cake, hope you enjoy the pics.

    Cheers
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