I want to set up an above-ground pool (14' round) on my back yard. There is a relatively good place for it, where there are concrete slabs, however, there are two problems:
The slabs are not level. It's about 2 inch per 10 feet decline.
Between the slabs, there are about 10 inch gaps, filled with cedar blocks held together by concrete, with the surface about 1/2 inches below the surface of the slabs, and the edges of the slabs are just a bit risen. I consider this a problem as it may damage the pool's liner.
I don't feel like redoing the whole area, unless there are no other options all together. Any other location would require new outlets, I'd like to avoid that either.
What can I use to level the area and cover the gaps, and whatever other artifacts of the area?
I know I can use concrete, but the minimal application is 2" deep, it would be too tall a rise for this.
Any grout, or stucco coat I can use that will hold?