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Help me pick out a pool for this summer

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(@alanc)
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Hi all! I am Alan - a new comer in the pool business. I want to purchase my first swimming pool for my backyard. I live in a small town near Atlanta.


   
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(@fredok)
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Hi Alan! As I understand, you need a temporary pool that you can disassemble at the end of the swimming season. I bought an orange Intex pool 57181EP for my kids. It goes with a pump and is quickly assembled. My kids 4 and 5 years love it!


   
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(@lauren)
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What pool do you want? Big ? Small? For how many people? Framed or inflatable? Need more info, dude. Also, the price is important. I have an inground concrete pool and definitely can recommend it. But it is pricy in construction and maintenance. It took me a couple of months to find a good team to build it properly.


   
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Markus89
(@markus89)
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I plus for the inground pool! I have had one with a jacuzzi for five years!


   
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(@andry)
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I want to share my experience with the Bestway framed pool (Steel Pro Max 14’ x 33”). I bought it in 2021. It is quite affordable and is comfortable for 2 adults with kids. What I do like about it is that the manual is easy, and I managed to assemble it for the first time within 2 hours. You can quickly disassemble it for the winter. What I wouldn't say is that I like is that its linen is not so firm; I have already repaired it in a few places. I do not think it lasts long. But you can buy only the linen and save on the frame, pump, and other accessories. It is worth the money!


   
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