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    I am glad you decided to terminate.

    that doesnt mean dont get a pool. Just make sure that you are dealing with people you trust. People who will be truthful up front and tell you the costs ...


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    Thanks so much for everyone who replied. It was a big help firming in my mind that I was making the correct decision. It can be so hard as a single mum not having another adult to make a joint decision with and I was in way over my head. I am still shaking, disappointed it didn't work out as I was in love with the pool design but at the same time very very relieved.

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    Friends put a pool in 2 years ago they live on a sloping block and yes it's all rock. They paid just over 60k to have everything done for the pool only. They did the fencing, decking and new landscaping around it. They had budgeted 40k and went way over as footings for the pool and supports had to go deeper. I to have a pool and have it insured for 100k. I'm on the side of a hill with it cut in and 1 side exposed it's also a massive concrete pool. If I had my time over I'd never have a pool again. I think I've spent over 20k fixing things on it in 12 yrs


 

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