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My friend sent me video, told me to stop dreaming and do it. Well i have two left hands and, I am not good with tools 

 

 

I did get 3 price quotation. One from Thai builder and two from expats pool professional builders. The price was not very reasonable and it took all of them from 8 to 14 days to deliver plan and Very Simple BOQ. Yes, due to corona virus they are very busy constructing very expensive pools.  

 

 

 

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Well I am actually quite busy renovating those quite expensive pools at present & I have some to build in coming months. In fact since the B/S bug suppossedly starting killing off millions, my enquiries increased?? 👅🙏😎

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1 hour ago, CNX69 said:

My friend sent me video, told me to stop dreaming and do it. Well i have two left hands and, I am not good with tools 

 

 

I did get 3 price quotation. One from Thai builder and two from expats pool professional builders. The price was not very reasonable and it took all of them from 8 to 14 days to deliver plan and Very Simple BOQ. Yes, due to corona virus they are very busy constructing very expensive pools.  

 

 

 

That is more like a oversized bath tub or sauna plunge pool as apposed to a swimming pool! 5555 

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2 hours ago, johnbarpic said:

If you’re in Pattaya visit Home & Pool  they built mine 15 years ago and it’s never missed a beat highly recommend not sure how far they travel 👍🏻👍🏻

ThankYou, i am in Muang ChiangMai

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If you've got the money... go with a good contractor (Desjoyaux or other than members will recomand)... don't make same stupidity than me (but digging out 3 cubi cmeter was a good exercises...)..So  buy an Intex pool (or other brand) ! It on the 12 to 20 square meters with a dept around 100 cm. Not bad.

Static swim is ok, static run too ( i can't do it on road) and i loss 8 kgs since last March without forcing on it (1 to 1.5 hour 4 time weeks)/ Look down was much more pleasant and with my wife and (sometime) teenageboy using it, we will cover the buying cost in less than a year....

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4 hours ago, CNX69 said:

This is my pool construction

You are welcome to visit and talk to builder directly   

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Why not consider PebbleCrete for the surface. Hardest surface on the market. Gets better with age. Quartz crystal base. 5 yr product warranty. You won't get that with tiles. Check out www.pebblecrete.com No more regrouting & tiles falling off! 

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2 hours ago, Bagwain said:

Why not consider PebbleCrete for the surface. Hardest surface on the market. Gets better with age. Quartz crystal base. 5 yr product warranty. You won't get that with tiles. Check out www.pebblecrete.com No more regrouting & tiles falling off! 

Thank You Very Much.. I appreciate Your idea. Sounds very good and not slippery at my age. Top will be gray granite and  Walkway will be gray sand wash 

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2 hours ago, Lacessit said:

Far easier for me to rent a condo with a swimming pool. Much more affordable, and I don't have the job of maintaining it.

 

Enjoy your clan and healthy condo pool 

 it is not Building an Affordable swimming pool in Thailand

 

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