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Old 01-29-2013, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by whiffyspark View Post
The owners are against taking the concrete out because of pipes and electrical to the pool. This is a smaller company than I was working for before. I need the "experience" to get the mhic

I really hope this doesn't come back to bite them, it's a 100k job. And they want to start working on it on February. Which I am against too

If I was closer to you I would work for you lol
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Pipes and electrical to pools is usually not very deep, yet not very shallow either. Yet, you never know hoe deeo these things are. The supply pipes are PVC and are easily repaired if they were to be damaged. Electrical - the only electric running to the pool is the line for the light, usually in the deep end, and if there is a spa attached usually in the spa. And when the electric line is ran to the light in the deep end - it's usually pretty deep and often inside copper piping or plastic conduit. Depending on the pool's age.

if it's that big of a job and they insist on mortaing - then they should consider natural stone. Or clay pavers.
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