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Old 11-08-2012, 10:03 PM
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Originally Posted by zedosix View Post
Best bet is to pour a cement sub deck and bond the fullnose to it. This way you can include a perimeter brick around it as well and be assured that it won't fail.
Not sure what a subdeck is.

But the pool ain't movin (sometimes they do float, but thats a whole other can of worms). And if a subdeck consists of placing concrete along the edge of the pool's walls - then that subdeck will float with the ground. That is, if that's what a subdeck is.


I think VTScaper hit the nail on the head. Let the coping overhang (sorta like in the pic), gravel is a good idea - that way water could drain.






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