Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Troy Michigan USA
Bobswan, I would like to advise you to drill several holes in the bottom of the pool before you do anything else. Your pool is like a large boat, ready to float when water gets under it. That only happens when the pool is empty. By drilling holes, you will allow water to enter and not lift the pool, which could be why the tiles were higher in the first place. I worked at a equipment rental store, and had panicked customers, when after pumping out a concrete pool, it started floating...and the only way of getting it to sink was to drill holes quickly with a lg hammer drill to let the water into the pool. When a pool is to be left and buried, the bottom should be removed for that reason.