The pool is in South beach Florida which has a high water table and sand. The city drained the pool while my boss was away and did not pull the drain plugs. The preferred method is to mudjack, but I was wondering if large cement vibratory compactor and partially filling the pool, would do anything to help lower the high end which rose over 18 inches. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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