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Making the Connection

Making the Connection

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Epoxy doweling is a crucial aspect of many renovations. It can be an excellent way to add new features to, or change the shape of, an existing pool.

The process involves drilling holes into existing concrete, inserting a special epoxy and placing rebar for the new feature in the holes. This securely ties the new feature with the existing structure.

Here, professionals explain how to perform this procedure. Note that in some cases it may be necessary to consult a structural engineer.