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  1. Melloyellovector

    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Not 3m, they got out of pool finishes years ago. But yes we do quartz.

    Personally not a huge fan because cost equalls mini pebble but the benefits aren’t as good as Pebble.
    But we’ll do any finish a buyer wants, what city?
     
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    Angler Tritoon Racing

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    I just don't like the feel of pebbles.
    I'm in San Dimas
     
  3. Inland Air Balance

    Inland Air Balance Certified in something

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    Hey angler if you like I’m in San Dimas. We just got a pebble with this glass bead installed with crushed abalone. I won’t recommend the guy that did it but I’m sure MYV has access to this same stuff.
     
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  4. Melloyellovector

    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Yes we can do and if only needs finish redone quick n easy no “schedule” even needed
     
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    My job is coming along, so please feel free to reach out to me if any of you are considering getting or redoing a pool. I have some thoughts and lessons learned. Once my job is complete, I’ll post some of them.
     
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    Rvrluvr CLAMP ON RACING

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    What would this roughly cost to build? I like small n simple
     
  7. Melloyellovector

    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Mid 40k range w deck
     
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    Tank Well-Known Member

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    I just forwarded that pic to my bro in law. That little bastard would be PERFECT in his back yard. He likes. Thought Oxnard is not in your area from what you've said.
     
  9. Melloyellovector

    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    No, to far
    Unless he wants to pay 100k plus for that same pool :D
     
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    Tank Well-Known Member

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    LOL, he doesn't want to pay 40k as it is! :D
     
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    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Tell him Walmart sells blow up pools real cheap at the start of summer. :D
     
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    That's where my budget will be after you do my concrete :D
     
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    Tank Well-Known Member

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    I actually have!! LOL
     
  14. Melloyellovector

    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Batterup should recognize this backyard. We had some major struggles along the way. In the end I think we’re all good. :mad::):eek::cool::D:D
    Before F2C3DD55-5D3A-4725-86EA-1BDE80B02C9A.jpeg After 64C8737E-5153-410A-BCB1-E9AD4B569FEE.jpeg
     
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    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    This is a north fontana backyard we did. Over half the backyard was hillside.
    10ft of soil retained, cutting into hillside really made this backyard functional. But was pretty much an open checkbook build. :cool: 7A548FE1-994F-4508-AB43-B480D058C813.jpeg 62A51FC6-506A-490D-B71F-941E0517E1A3.jpeg EEA437E2-8F07-48F0-8455-7E59C47490BB.jpeg
     
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    WYRD Well-Known Member

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    Sending you a pm now
     
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    ChevelleSB406 Well-Known Member

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    This one is bad ass, my style, its funny how that little bit of artificial turf stops it looking like wall to wall concrete which is always a bummer. I get the need for it, but aesthetically, this does so much in my eye to make it look more inviting.
     
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    Melloyellovector Well-Known Member

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    Another members house. Newport project
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    Before preview, we removed entire backyard back to dirt and started fresh 0C3EF799-82BD-4E5B-8C30-E66447AFD89F.jpeg 7BB3DED1-9571-46C3-A8BD-05E5658E01D1.jpeg 816148C1-6C1A-46BC-A761-953743E5CF7B.jpeg 8F026F30-EC85-435E-9A19-FDCE527CC363.jpeg 8145C6AE-9C4B-482E-9909-26442AB4D82D.jpeg 7356FDE8-BCFE-42A1-B602-FF677745CB38.jpeg A6726099-F004-422A-9F3E-BF924072D09F.jpeg
     

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