Industry Best 10' x 18' Rectangle Frame Above Ground Pool
EZ Set-Up with No Tools Required and Assembles in Less than 1 Hour
Ruggedly durable 35 Mil Reinforced Poly Fabric 3-Ply Liner
Powder Coated Galvanized Steel Tubular Frame
52" Wall Height - 5,800 Gallons
1 Year Full + 5 Year Pro-Rated Warranty
Items Included in the Package
CaliFun Above Ground Pools
1 Year Full + 5 Year Pro-Rated Warranty - Industry Best
Noair Heat Squares Three Year Limited Warranty
warranty covers the Noair Heat Squares floating pool cover only
supplied by Splash-A-Round Pools. To validate this Limited Warranty you
must be able to provide a copy of your proof of purchase, failure to do
so will render this Limited Warranty null and voided.
Can someone sit on the top rail?
No. The top rail is not designed to sit on.
Why are the top rails bowing?
It is normal for the pool to show some deflection of the
top rails inward while the pool is filling. Once the pool has filled
completely, the deflection of the top rail may be slightly outward. This
is common and will not effect the structural integrity of your pool.
Why does my pool look like it is sweating?
In some rare cases, due to different climate conditions and
local water quality, your new pool may “sweat” or “weep” slightly after
being filled for the first time. This may appear around the bottom
perimeter of your pool, most often noticeable when installed on cement.
This “sweating” or “weeping” will most often stop once the outside air
temperature and inside water temperature equalize in a few weeks time or
less. This is similar to condensation which occurs on the outside of a
can of cold soda on a hot day. If after several weeks, your pool
continues to “sweat” or “weep”, please contact your dealer.
In other rare cases, due to the advanced design of the PVC
poly-fabric reinforced heavy duty liner, small microscopic pinholes may
occur in the material due to the curing process when manufactured. These
microscopic pinholes may appear as a small “weep” in the material which
can be easily omitted by dabbing a small amount of transparent glue
which is provided with your pool. Once applied, wipe off with a dry
cloth. The “weep” will immediately stop and the transparent glue will be
invisible. If you do not wish to apply a small amount of transparent
glue, you may simply wait a few weeks as most often the “weep” will stop
on it’s own. This is in no way a defect which will affect or compromise
the integrity of your new pool.