Full up!

Our pool is finally full up with water and our electrician Michele has made all the connections so the pump and lights are working.

Half Full

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Full Up and time for a swim……

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Now to back fill all around it, put the marvels on and do all the 150 square meters of decking… easy!

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3 thoughts on “Full up!

  1. That looks so refreshing. It’s warm here and I’ve just got back from excersice class and a swim would be lovely. Not long till it’s completed. Lol. Well done guys.

  2. Already looking really inviting – can’t wait to see it with all the decking!

  3. Jenny Madley

    Wow that looks so amazing. How absolutely incroyable ! Well done x

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