(Topic ID: 212884)

Pool Remodel? Sure why not.


By PACMAN

1 year ago



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    #251 1 year ago

    More water...

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    #252 1 year ago

    H O L Y SHIT! Nice

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    #253 1 year ago

    And that's full.

    Who can guess how many gallons it took?

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    #254 1 year ago

    Got all the pumps and filters working. Getting the waterfalls and slide programmed tomorrow. Its a Hayward system that for some reason is needlessly over-complicated.

    Then i'm going to get back to the landscaping and other projects.

    #255 1 year ago
    Quoted from PACMAN:

    Got all the pumps and filters working. Getting the waterfalls and slide programmed tomorrow. Its a Hayward system that for some reason is needlessly over-complicated.
    Then i'm going to get back to the landscaping and other projects.

    If you invite O-din over, make sure he signs the waiver.

    #256 1 year ago

    56,000 gallons?

    #257 1 year ago

    I'd say 95,000 gallons. How do you plan for evaporation? Can't wait to see this lit up at night.

    #258 1 year ago

    Don’t forget to have your neighbors over with their water hose as a good gesture

    75,000 gallons, but then again I’m a bad judge of volume like this without being there

    #259 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing this adventure ! Glad you are to the point of enjoying it now. !

    LTG : )

    #260 1 year ago

    How deep is the deep end? Can you jump from the bridge without breaking something? Either way your pool looks fantastic!

    #261 1 year ago

    Beautiful! Just had a pool done. Not quite as cool as yours but it is quite a large and disruptive process. Good luck!

    #262 1 year ago

    My house had a large ugly above ground pool when I bought it. I had it removed by the seller that left me with a hole and potential for something new. 55934_3678717647116_425463905_o (resized).jpg
    The yard was mostly dirt, dandelions and weeds.
    A late fall morning the time had come to finally fill the hole.
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    Once filled, the initial pin locations were placed to give some perspective.
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    It is now my golf course. Welcome to Everest Corner.
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    #263 1 year ago

    80,000 gallons? That’s a lot of water to have delivered $$

    #264 1 year ago
    Quoted from mcluvin:

    If you invite O-din over, make sure he signs the waiver.

    Definitely

    Quoted from Mank:

    56,000 gallons?

    Nope.

    Quoted from Chosen_S:

    Don’t forget to have your neighbors over with their water hose as a good gesture
    75,000 gallons, but then again I’m a bad judge of volume like this without being there

    Nope.

    Quoted from LTG:

    Thank you for sharing this adventure ! Glad you are to the point of enjoying it now. !
    LTG : )

    Your welcome, and Thanks!

    Quoted from pduffy:

    Beautiful! Just had a pool done. Not quite as cool as yours but it is quite a large and disruptive process. Good luck!

    It most certainly is a large and disruptive process. About 10 months so far for me.

    Quoted from jamieflowers:

    How deep is the deep end? Can you jump from the bridge without breaking something? Either way your pool looks fantastic!

    Its about 9 feet deep. So plenty deep enough. Thanks!

    Quoted from Pinless:

    80,000 gallons? That’s a lot of water to have delivered $$

    Wrong again

    #265 1 year ago

    Looks really nice.

    Quoted from TimBoch:

    My house had a large ugly above ground pool when I bought it. I had it removed by the seller that left me with a hole and potential for something new. [quoted image]
    The yard was mostly dirt, dandelions and weeds.
    A late fall morning the time had come to finally fill the hole.
    [quoted image]
    Once filled, the initial pin locations were placed to give some perspective.
    [quoted image]
    It is now my golf course. Welcome to Everest Corner.
    [quoted image]

    #266 1 year ago

    Holy moly! Nope not that much.

    It will have an auto fill installed.

    Me too. Should have light automation sorted out in a day or two.

    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    I'd say 95,000 gallons. How do you plan for evaporation? Can't wait to see this lit up at night.

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    #267 1 year ago

    We just finished our pool. Pirate ship and all! 30k gallons. Plus we added a custom fogger system around the pool/patio!

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    #268 1 year ago

    Wow,amazing pools!

    #269 1 year ago

    my guess was 42k gallons

    #270 1 year ago

    At least $1.50 per gallon is my guess.

    Damn that’s cheap compared to unleaded

    #271 1 year ago

    Nope.

    Quoted from flynnibus:

    my guess was 42k gallons

    #272 1 year ago

    So how many gallons?

    #273 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing, the pool looks awesome! Amazing design and effort.

    Just grabbing my towel now.....

    #274 1 year ago

    That looks awesome. The pirate themed pool and to shabby either.

    #275 1 year ago

    33,000 gallons.

    #276 1 year ago

    That is BADASSSS!

    #277 1 year ago

    It's too hot here in Sac. Please send address so I can live in the cave until October.

    #278 1 year ago
    Quoted from PACMAN:

    33,000 gallons.

    3x my pool !

    #279 1 year ago

    33,000 times my pool

    #280 1 year ago

    4x my koi pond.

    #281 1 year ago

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    #282 1 year ago

    It most certainly is a large and disruptive process. About 10 months so far for me.

    Wow. Mine was 8 months and glad it is over, good luck!

    #283 1 year ago

    Ghetto style. About 200 gallons? 20180730_163856.jpg
    It's 32° here today. Just turned the hose on, put a few beers in the freezer and in a half hr I've got a pool and cold beers

    #284 1 year ago

    Started with that...trust me .

    #285 1 year ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    Ghetto style. About 200 gallons? [quoted image]
    It's 32° here today. Just turned the hose on, put a few beers in the freezer and in a half hr I've got a pool and cold beers

    You have very nice grass.

    #286 1 year ago

    So what's the cost to fill this up? I'm in portland Oregon area and we almost bought a house with pool that wasn'ttoo big and it was something like 1000 to fill it up I think realtor estimated but idk exacts

    #287 1 year ago

    All you need is to hook up a hose to a fire hydrant and wallah.

    #288 1 year ago

    About $1800.

    Which is a bargain compared to buying gallon jugs at Walmart for $1 each.

    Quoted from jrivelli:

    So what's the cost to fill this up? I'm in portland Oregon area and we almost bought a house with pool that wasn'ttoo big and it was something like 1000 to fill it up I think realtor estimated but idk exacts

    #289 1 year ago
    Quoted from PACMAN:

    About $1800.
    Which is a bargain compared to buying gallon jugs at Walmart for $1 each.

    Hey cool thanks for the info. I honestly thought it would be way more being in cali

    #290 1 year ago

    Waterfalls and slide now working with an app.

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    #294 1 year ago

    Amazing. I could sit and watch that all day.

    Thank you for sharing this adventure.

    LTG : )

    #295 1 year ago

    Thanks Lloyd! Almost there. Lights will be working tonight

    Quoted from LTG:

    Amazing. I could sit and watch that all day.
    Thank you for sharing this adventure.
    LTG : )

    #296 1 year ago

    Crystals for the cave... Installing soon.

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    #297 1 year ago

    You should occasionally reenact the bridge scene from Temple Of Doom at parties.

    #298 1 year ago
    Quoted from PiperPinball:

    We just finished our pool. Pirate ship and all! 30k gallons. Plus we added a custom fogger system around the pool/patio![quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

    You seriously need to add a POTC to your current line up.

    #299 1 year ago

    Hahaha Great idea!

    Quoted from Coindork:

    You should occasionally reenact the bridge scene from Temple Of Doom at parties.

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    #300 1 year ago

    Awesome, Epic even! How come no one is in the pool? I’d be there with a beer in my hand as soon as it was filled with water

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