Philip Poburka on thu 17 jan 02
This doesn't sound good at all...!
It is bound to flex especially on the "8 ft" sides...and make troubles.
The two-bye material does not sound good for this situation.
'Perssure' treated or no...edgewise or no...
Otherwise, if a 'pallet-jack' IS going to be available for moveing the
thing...why not just make it out of 'ferro-cement' or the like, as the =
'Kaiser' Landing Craft or other 'Boats' were or are yet?
Or like a big 'laundry' sink...?
Be a lot easier...'tile' that with ease and confidence...the 'weather'
wouldn't hurt it either, if it is to be outside...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Craig Martell"
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 12:11 PM
Subject: another tile scenario
> Dear tile gurus:
> I have to make a tile pool. The dimensions are 8ft x 3ft x 22inches
> deep. This thing has to be moveable too. So the way I'm thinking =
> approaching the job is as follows. It needs a fat rim so folks will =
> place to park their butts while they gaze at the fish or pick out the
> change for a bottle of Red Stripe. I am thinking of framing the pool =
> pressure treated 2 x 6s and placing the frame on a 4 x 4 base with =
> for a pallet jack so moving will be easier. I will sheath the framing
> Duroc (cement board) and tile over this. Do any of you think I need =
> anything to the Duroc other than apply mastic or mortar to set the =
> will, of course, seal the grout etc once the project is finished.
> thanx for any help, Craig Martell in Oregon
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