Above ground pool landscaping – A former pool floor is a pool that is assembled and placed on the ground. Above ground pools should be temporary structures that can be lowered and put up somewhere else if you wish. When choosing a location for a former ground pool considers multiple factors such as the leveling of the ground, the closeness of the vegetation and the distance from the pool to the house. Choose a place that has just the right amount of shade. An ideal swimming pool environment will have a bleak place where you can cool off when the sun is at its peak. If you like hot water, avoid placing the pool in a totally dark place.
Above ground pool landscaping, place the pool near the house if you have children. Young children should not use the pool without supervision. If you have children of primary age you want to allow them to use the pool when you are not there, as long as you can keep a close eye on them. In that case place the pool close enough to the house so that you can see them from a kitchen or living room window.
Place the above ground pool landscaping level. For a pool above to remain stable the floor should be as flat as possible. Pull up as many rocks as you can from the area you have chosen. If the floor is not completely level, use a level to measure it. Place pieces of dirt on top of the area you have selected until it is as level as it can be. This will prevent spills of water and a pool that can tilt aside unintentionally.