Fiberglass swimming pools are much easier to install on your own than they are in buried pools of concrete or vinyl. With a flat site, well graduated and a little care, you will be able to put your pool in just a few days. These pools are prefabricated, so all you have to do is prepare the final location and then connect your new pool.
Select the site of the pool. Choose a high level area slightly higher than the ground around it. Prepare for the excavation. Refer to the push diagram provided by the pool manufacturer to determine the size of the whole corresponding to the pool. Use a mallet to hit ground stakes on the ground to the places indicated in the diagram. Bonding thread between the quantities and at the planned level of the upper part of the pool.
Dig the area between the stakes. Make the actual excavation 2 to 4 inches deep above the pool to allow a support platform. Make the foot hole 1 long and 1 foot deeper than the pool glass, which provides a 6-inch margin for the insertion of the pool. Use a history pole to ensure that the hole to dig is the proper depth across the width. Holding the pole upright in your mouth and then rehearsing or measuring it along the top bar can help keep things still.