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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-10-2015, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Anybody care to throw a number at liquidating a 503 cubic foot block of ice outside in sub Zero temperatures???? Pool is in violation of city code and lender can be fined $500 per day.

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Anybody care to throw a number at liquidating a 503 cubic foot block of ice outside in sub Zero temperatures???? Pool is in violation of city code and lender can be fined $500 per day.
as long as no dimension is larger than 25ft.
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The said block of ice is 16 ft in diameter and 30 inches thick...
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The said block of ice is 16 ft in diameter and 30 inches thick...
And at the bottom of a pool?

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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I presume this is an above ground pool? LOTS of Rock Salt. Lots and Lots. Calcium Chloride works also but be careful. Dynamite works also but don't try to pull a permit. Skid steer works too..
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Get the chainsaw out it will be easiest and real not take long
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Get the chainsaw out it will be easiest and real not take long

I would agree but there is water beneath that ice I would guess. Dynamite works good 💣💣
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There's gotta be a dumber way than that.

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I presume this is an above ground pool? LOTS of Rock Salt. Lots and Lots. Calcium Chloride works also but be careful. Dynamite works also but don't try to pull a permit. Skid steer works too..

You're not even tryin'.
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We actually have a property out in nowhere on 2.5 acres we are cleaning up this week. We will be using a Bobcat to mow over some weeds, saplings, and yes, a walmart 18' pool with a block of water in it. That's $550 for about 20 minutes of work, including three guys to pick up the pieces when done.

Inside city limits, I would say that first either you or the client needs to be in touch with the code enforcement office. There is always one or two guys in government that can still think and understand weather conditions.
Running two salamanders an opposite ends of the pool, ie 12 and 6 oclock, then rotating to 9 and 3, should do the job.
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We actually have a property out in nowhere on 2.5 acres we are cleaning up this week. We will be using a Bobcat to mow over some weeds, saplings, and yes, a walmart 18' pool with a block of water in it. That's $550 for about 20 minutes of work, including three guys to pick up the pieces when done.

Inside city limits, I would say that first either you or the client needs to be in touch with the code enforcement office. There is always one or two guys in government that can still think and understand weather conditions.
Running two salamanders an opposite ends of the pool, ie 12 and 6 oclock, then rotating to 9 and 3, should do the job.
Another fine answer or chainsaw... $2500?!?!? LMAO $600-$750 job and done in less than a few hours.
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