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  • Bad Pool Liner Installation

    In July of this year I had a new pool liner installed. After a few incidents, including one of the installers falling asleep in his van after lunch (this was while I had two drivers with 15,000 gallons of water waiting to fill the pool); the liner is wrinkled on all the stairs. I have also found stones under the liner in the shallow end. The owner of the company said that when the season slowed down, they would fix it. I just recieved a call from the owner telling me to close the pool for the winter and see what it looked like in the spring. I don't have a problem doing this, but, am I putting myself in a bad position legally if I wait until next spring to follow up on this?
    I have a written record of everything that occurred and all the phone calls that took place throughout this situation. Thank you for any advice that you could give me.
    P.S. I paid by personal checks for the liner and installation.

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    You may want to have him sign a written agreement now so that there is no dispute later.


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