Pool is Filled - Not level
Our pool is sitting on a concrete slab, then a thin liner, sand, and finally the pool. We checked to see if the concrete was level with a laser level and it showed that it was....well, I guess something was not right.
There is one corner of the pool that is lower than the rest by 3" and I know that this needs to be remedied. Since we are on concrete we cannot dig a side out to level it and I do not think that building it up with sand is a good idea.
Can we place something just under the one part of the pool to help level it out? Or can we place pavers under the legs on that side? If we have to take it down and figure something else out, we will, but I would like some other suggestions if there are any out there.
If you are setting up a soft side pool I really do not know the best way to level it. I would love to hear of solutions from anyone who has done it.
With steel wall above ground pool I use roofing shingles under the bottom rails. You can gradually build them up and bring them back down depending on how many are needed in any one area.
I would then use more sand under the liner in the low areas. You want the base sand to be as level as possible, this helps with installing a wrinkle free liner.