Need to level a inflatable pool on unleveled concrete on parking pad.

by Misty
I am a renter an have a 16' x 42" inflatable pool that was going to be put down for a few weeks this summer. Unfortunately when bought we didn't realize it wasn't really leveled until we started filling it an the water went mostly towards the end of the yard. The parking pad is concrete An due to me being a renter, I'm not paying to get the whole space leveled with concrete. The pool itself was only $160 so I'm definitely not spending more then what I paid. If any one has any ideas please let me know. We don't want to have bought it to sell it An only had it for a few weeks now. Thank you. This is a picture of the pool below.
q need to level a inflatable pool on unleveled concrete on parking pad
  5 answers
  • Sarah Barganier Sarah Barganier on Jul 17, 2017
    You can add contracter's sand to the drive and level that, put a water proof cover (large piece of heavy plastic) over the sand so that it doesn't wash away before putting up your pool.

  • Susan Oglesby Canny Susan Oglesby Canny on Jul 17, 2017
    Use sand to level it. Cheap and easily removed.

  • Bob Ridings Bob Ridings on Jul 17, 2017
    If it is too unlevel you can make a "make-shift" retaining wall with concrete blocks placed in a half circle, then fill with sand.

    • Misty Misty on Jul 31, 2017
      Thank you for your suggestion. My son and I plan on trying this so we will be able to keep the pool up a while longer An just take care of it through the winter.. he also has some ideas about adding more blocks and cushion to make a seating area around that part of the pool. So Thankx again

  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 17, 2017
    Get a yard or two of sand delivered from a gravel yard.

  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Jul 17, 2017
    If you are only keeping it up for a while, find some rolls of carpet at a thrift shop or goodwill and put it under the part that is too low. This will protect the bottom of the pool as well as level the side out.