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"It's time to make a splash! Fill your inground swimming pool and get it up and running for the season."

After the interior finish sets (either plaster or Pebble Tech) the swimming pool interior is acid washed. Immediately after the acid wash process, our crew will begin filling your new inground swimming pool. When filling of the pool, the hose needs to run from your house until the water is in the center of the tile around your swimming pool. When it reached this height, turn off the water. Do not turn off the water during the fill until it is at the specified point in your tile. Prematurely shutting off the water during the fill could result in a bathtub like ring around your pool and could stain it (this only applies to plaster swimming pool installations not Pebble Tech installations).


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