Pool Installation Day

With the pool kit delivered yesterday, and it being such a nice week, I thought I’d crack on and give installing it a go.

The delivery was smooth, and the instruction manual was really just like painting by numbers.

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I worked late into the night last night, and started at the crack of dawn this morning. Luckily I had some decking boards left over from a previous project, so I was able to do a bit of landscaping too. I have to wait a few hours for the initial chlorine filtration to work, but then I’ll be testing it out!

Pool View From House


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2 thoughts on “Pool Installation Day

  1. Ha Ha Ha

  2. Rach

    You work so fast usually that I almost believed this one.

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