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This Time Lapse Vinyl Liner Replacement is so Satisfying

This 2 minute long vinyl liner replacement may be the most satisfying thing you’ll watch all week



Vinyl Liner Replacement in Pool is so Satisfying to Watch - Time Lapse Video

We caught this great video posted on Facebook recently by Brian Conners showcasing the crew at River City Pool & Spa out of Hixson, TN – knocking out a vinyl liner installation. It’s always a treat to watch skilled tradesmen at work, and this is definitely a skill that Conners made sure to pass down to the next generation. Check out this incredible time lapse footage captured by the homeowner and produced by Josh Huff.

The video is about 2 minutes long but it breaks down the entire process of removing a vinyl liner and installing a brand new one. Tara to the rescue! The new vinyl liner is a night and day improvement over the old one wouldn’t you say? It’s always fun to watch these videos sped up.

More and more homeowners have taken to recording pool contractors and we must admit, it’s pretty entertaining to watch. These two guys absolutely crush this vinyl liner replacement and make the entire process look easy. It’s amazing what a new Tara liner can do to completely revitalize the interior of a pool. Another stunner for the summer and man those homeowners couldn’t be happier.

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Awesome footage of River City Pool & Spa doing what they do best. Check them out on Facebook and don’t forget to drop us a line in the comments and tell them what you thought of their video.

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Earthquake in Taiwan Causes Waterfall From Rooftop Pool

A massive earthquake in Taiwan transforms a rooftop pool into a waterfall. View viral footage.



Earthquake in Taiwan Causes Waterfall From Rooftop Pool

In a harrowing turn of events, Taiwan was struck by a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake, leaving devastation in its wake. The quake, the strongest to hit the island in 25 years, shook the east coast of Taiwan, particularly affecting the city of Hualien and its surrounding areas. With a depth of 34.8 kilometers, the epicenter of the earthquake was located 18 kilometers south of Hualien, according to the US Geological Survey.

As rescue efforts are underway to free those trapped under rubble and debris, the toll of the disaster continues to rise. At least nine individuals have lost their lives, while over 900 others have sustained injuries. The aftermath of the earthquake has left over 100 buildings damaged, with reports of landslides and collapsed structures adding to the chaos.

The force of the quake was so immense that it caused a surreal sight—a rooftop swimming pool overflowing and cascading down the side of a building, creating an impromptu waterfall. Footage captured during the earthquake also shows the sheer force as a man inside a pool struggles to maintain balance, the water swaying violently from side to side.

Dramatic footage of the earthquake shows a rooftop pool transformed into a waterfall.

The region of Hualien County, with a population of approximately 300,000, faces immense challenges in assessing the full extent of the damage. Many inhabitants reside in remote coastal or mountain communities, making it difficult for rescue teams to reach them promptly. The precarious situation is exacerbated by the expectation of aftershocks, with 29 aftershocks greater than a magnitude of 4.0 already recorded near the epicenter.

Compounding the crisis are reports of miners trapped in two mines in Hualien, adding urgency to the rescue operations. Furthermore, over 91,000 households are grappling with power cuts, amplifying the difficulties faced by residents in the aftermath of the disaster.

Despite the widespread destruction, medical facilities in Taiwan’s capital, Taipei City, are functioning, albeit damaged. The Municipal Government has confirmed that hospitals are operating normally, providing critical care to the injured.

The international community has responded swiftly to the catastrophe, with the Biden administration monitoring the situation closely and expressing readiness to offer assistance. In the face of adversity, Taiwan is rallying its resources and resilience, demonstrating solidarity and resolve in confronting this natural disaster.

As the dust settles and the extent of the damage becomes clearer, questions arise about the effectiveness of early warning detection systems in mitigating the impact of natural disasters. Despite Taiwan’s investment in advanced seismic technology, including early warning systems designed to provide crucial seconds of alert before an earthquake strikes, many residents were caught off guard by the sudden and violent tremors. Reports indicate that the early warning detection system, while operational, did not reach a significant portion of the population in time to take preventive action

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Rooftop Infinity Pool Will Be Part of Soccer Stadium Redesign

Fulham Football Club soccer stadium redesign will feature a rooftop infinity pool like no other.



Soccer Stadium Redesign Will Include a Rooftop Infinity Pool

Nestled in the heart of west London, Fulham Football Club is adding another feather to its cap with the unveiling of the New Riverside Stand. Promising a premier experience set to redefine football spectating, the project is being spearheaded by Fulham FC chairman Shahid Khan.

“My vision for the New Riverside Stand was to provide our fans, and our neighbourhood, with a destination that would continue to honour our history and tradition at Craven Cottage every day of the year, but especially so on matchdays with a premium experience that will be unlike anything in football, here in London or elsewhere,” Khan said in a statement.

Replacing its predecessor, demolished in 2019, the new stand is primed to open its doors this year after navigating through a series of setbacks. The pinnacle of this architectural marvel is the Sky Deck, spanning three floors and offering panoramic vistas of the River Thames, alongside curated gastronomic delights.

Rooftop infinity pool - Fulham FC - Photo Credits: Populous

About The Pool

Among its standout features is the rooftop infinity pool, an exquisite addition poised to elevate the game day experience for luxury ticket holders. Measuring 15 meters in length, 5 meters in width, and heated to perfection, this pool epitomizes opulence.

“Our vision for the New Riverside Stand at Craven Cottage was to create a unique experience that has not been seen before, whether in the context of football or beyond,” Philip Johnson, lead architect of the project, said.

Watching Game Day From a Luxurious Infinity Pool

While the allure of watching Premier League action from the pool remains tantalizing, practical constraints dictate otherwise. Nonetheless, the infinity pool promises captivating views of London’s skyline and iconic events like the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race.

A Gourmet Dining Experience

Dining options within the New Riverside Stand are equally impressive, with plans for two Michelin Star restaurants: The Gourmet and The Brasserie. The former offers a sophisticated riverside ambiance with an indulgent menu, while the latter caters to enthusiasts seeking both pitch-side views and culinary excellence.

For an exclusive football encounter, The Dugout offers a unique setting, allowing select ticket holders an intimate proximity to the action, coupled with immersive audio-visual technology and a bespoke bar experience.

Designed by renowned architects Populous, the masterminds behind iconic structures like Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the Sphere in Las Vegas, the Riverside Stand embodies a fusion of innovation and luxury, poised to redefine the football landscape in London.

Photo Credits: Fulham FC/Populous

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Landslide Damages Homes, Destroys Swimming Pool in California



Landslide Destroys Home, Damages Swimming Pool in California

A landslide wreaked havoc in Sherman Oaks early Wednesday morning, causing millions in damage and virtually destroying one homeowner’s swimming pool. The catastrophe unfolded at around 3 a.m. following reports from residents in the 3700 block of North Ventura Canyon Avenue, who noticed downed power lines and a large tree fallen into a backyard, as detailed in a press release by the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Upon arrival, firefighters encountered a significant portion of the hillside had shifted downward, endangering at least three homes and inflicting heavy damage on another under construction. Video footage captured by OnScene.TV revealed a gaping crack splitting through the backyard of one residence, with a section of the home visibly tilting to one side.

While no injuries were reported, several individuals were evacuated from at least one home, with firefighters resorting to pumping water out of a swimming pool to alleviate additional strain on the hillside. Unfortunately, part of the pool and home ultimately collapsed down a 30-foot cliff destroying another residence that was still under construction.

Responding to the crisis, the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety initially deemed one home unsafe, red-tagging the structure. However, their assessment later extended to two homes deemed unsafe and a third severely damaged, marked with a yellow tag. Ongoing drone surveys by firefighters aim to assess the extent of the damage and potential risks.

At present, the exact cause of the landslide remains undetermined, according to LAFD spokesperson Nicholas Prange. Requests for comment from the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety went unanswered.

Authorities seized the opportunity to remind residents of the necessity for year-round emergency preparedness, emphasizing the looming threats posed by wildfires and heavy rainstorms capable of triggering landslides.

The unfortunate incident follows March’s heavy precipitation in Southern California, with Sherman Oaks experiencing 1.95 inches of rainfall over March 6th and 7th, as reported by the National Weather Service.

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