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  1. Connie Spector says:

    Hello. Do you have any suggestions for above ground pool entry steps that support 500 pounds? I have a deck that is even with the top of the pool. I currently have some steps for which I paid $500 and they aren’t very good. First, the rise is too high on the steps…I have severe arthritis in my knees and can only climb steps that are about 4-4.5 inches; the steps are about 10 inches each. Secondly, the PVC is not very strong. It’s rated for 500 pounds but I don’t like it. Any help would be most appreciated. I struggle and injure myself every time I get in and out of the pool. I bought it to exercise but it’s nearly to the point that I’m afraid to get in, which is defeating the purpose. Thanks so much.

    • bigman says:

      Unfortunately the market for 500 pound above ground pool step is not that extravagant. Not to mention ones with rises of 4-5 inches. Most pool steps are above 10 inches as you pointed out. I’ll leave this question open for anyone that has any recommendations for Connie. I did fine this Confer Plastics with 5 inch rises, but it is a ladder and may not help you with your condition. I hope someone else has some ideas to share.

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