Swimming Pool Conversion

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    now this is cool but for that cost I could by a house here with land .
     
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    could save money by not raising with gravel. hell if i did this i would just used the pool "as is" with out "lowering " the depth.
     
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    Problem with that is aerating the bottom of the pool .But it can be done more cheaply if you do it yourself .
     
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    I am gonna actually try a diy venturi aeration $4 fail is ok in my book.
     
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    I tried it and still use it in the winter with my smaller pump
     
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