Jul 15, 2007 1:56 pm
The old man has just bought a new home in Melbourne with an inground pool he doesn't want.
He doesn't want to remove the pool but utilise it in a more suitable way.
I suggested Barra, but he is is of the opinion that he can somehow use it as a water storage area, collecting run-off from the roof. The aim is to then have a removalable deck cover on which he can put an outdoor setting.
I guess it needs to be sealed to keep out the mozzies etc.
A kero film won't suit as the odur will ruin lunch.
Is a bladder a viable option?
What do you suggest?
Re: The Old Man's pool2
Jul 15, 2007 3:03 pm
Flyscreen mesh in fibreglass or stainless steel. you may need to join it as it is not so wide.
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Re: The Old Man's pool3
Jul 16, 2007 11:05 am
I'd also put some sort of cover over it to stop sunlight otherwise it will be come an algle bloom in summer and a stagnant weed pond in winter.
Suggest you consider a deck over it (with the mesh underneath) so the area is useable and the water is in the dark and sealed below.
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