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Case Study: Repairing Structural Cracks

08.04.2015

Case Study: Repairing Structural Cracks
by Steve Swanson July 2015

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Repairing structural cracks can be extremely problematic, says veteran builder Steve Swanson, especially if you don't first determine their cause. Using a recent project as an example, Swanson demonstrates how initial appearances can be deceiving.

When cracks in pools happen, there's almost always an identifiable reason. They typically occur in places where there's stress on the pool shell and/or substandard construction. We find them emanating from skimmers, corners and depth transitions, all places where there's greater stress and potentially weaker spots in the structure.

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