inground

inground

(ɪnˈɡraʊnd)
adj
sunk into the ground; built into the ground
vb (tr)
to fix (something) in something as in the ground or in a foundation; ground
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Annandale, VA, June 06, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Dirt Connections, a Fairfax pool demolition contractor, recently published a blog post discussing the pros and cons of inground pool removal.
It's time to start planning your inground pool installation nh.
Developers and property owners have reached a consensus that pools should be inground, not aboveground."
Oledo Spectrum from Hacel's Desire catalogue is a unique inground luminaire using 36 high intensity, long-life LEDs and an etched acrylic diffuser housed in a polished stainless steel, IP65 die-casting.
For inground SmartLifts, it mounts on the shop wall or on a separate pedestal.
Annandale, VA, May 09, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Dirt Connections, a Fairfax pool demolition contractor, released a blog about their pool removal services and the downsides of owning an inground pool in Northern Virginia.
That's where Radiant Pools, manufacturer of vessels for aboveground, inground and onground installations is based.
This inground style lift is generally used in heavy-duty applications such as trucks.
"It can cost $100,000 to build a simple inground pool because you need dynamite," Smith says.