Adding A Slide To Your Inground Swimming Pool

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The slides that will be discussed in this article are designed to only be installed on inground swimming pools. If you have a concrete patio or wood deck adding a slide is no problem with the use of the proper anchors. These anchors can be installed in your existing patio to hold the slide.

You have various slide options but here are a few to consider. They all will require a water source which in most cases can easily be acquired by tapping into your pools return line.

City 2 Slide - will have to be installed in the pool area that has at least 4' of water. This slide is 6' tall with acrylic construction. The weight limit is 225 LBS.

G-Force - will have to be installed in the pool area that has at least 4'6" of water. This slide is 6' tall with a 360 degree design. the weight limit is 250 LBS.

Wild Ride Slide - will have to be installed in a the pool area that has at least 4' if water. This slide is 6'6" tall with stainless steel deck flanges. The weight limit is 250 LBS.

X-Stream 2 Slide - will have to be installed in the pool area with at least 4' of water. This slide is 6' tall with fully molded treads. The weight limit is 250 lbs.

Zoomerang Slide - will have to be installed in the pool area with at least 3'6" of water. This slide is 37" tall and has stainless steel rails & legs. The weight limit is 225 LBS.

Your local Medallion pool dealer can discuss each one with you and can also install the slide or you can install your own slide. If you do the install, please refer to the installation manual and install according to those instructions.