We got a huge patio professionally installed with pavers. We would
like to get an above ground pool - one of those $250 ones you can buy
at walmart or target) for the summer. Being that the area is going to
be constantly wet throughout the summer, will that damage the patio?
It seems like the water could seep through, making the layer of sand
that the pavers are set in all muddy.
exactly, but its not constantly raining. There would be constant
condensation underneath it, not to mention all the water the kids will
splash out. So youre saying it should be ok if it was done correctly?
Condensation? They're pavers, not wooden blocks. They won't rot.
Spilled water? So what? Even if the kids splash all the water out of
the pool, it doesn't amount to diddly compared to a half hour 3 inch
thunderstorm. Relax and enjoy watching your kids have fun. They really
can't do much damage.
When you say "professionally installed" does that mean the contractor
used real Mexicans instead of those phonies some contractors are
using? If he used the real ones, then the pavers shouldn't be damaged
by the water. But if you overheard one of the installers speaking in
English, well, I think you got ripped off. Those installers weren't
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