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Anyone have any luck with those small pools you get from wal mart, just something to play around in and be inexpensive
 

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they on sale at biglots HOE
 

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nope they get used 2-3 times maybe more and that was it.
next season it will turn into shit.(because it sits)
not worth it to me.
but i do own a 25k gallon pool now.
 

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Yes, I agree with MrED, because they won't last long, in fact not even a year. My suggestion is to opt for a small concrete pool instead. Though it costa more, at least you will able to use itt for a long time.
 

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What do you mean pool at walmart? You mean the air inflated type? Will you can expect a very limited activities with that materials, just like when I made bathroom renovations blacktown, they bought a large air inflted pool, well after few days of everyday usage, it just went flat.
 

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I agree with Behl, swimming polls are investment in a house or any other buildings, this will surely raise up the value of each building as soon as the pool is well built, I know a Glass Pool Fencing Perth that is well built and elegant enoough that the main value of the entire house has been elevated up to 25% higher, now that's what you call a good investment.
 

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So funny because these pools from walmart, are so expensive these days. I wonder if it is still a supply and demand, or just the quarantine demands its price? Been to a pool maintenance fort Lauderdale lately, and found out theyhave same pricing on their traditional pool services, so there's something really going on to the Walmart pools
 
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