## How do I measure the size of my pool?

Length x width x depth x 7.5 = volume (in gallons)

Length times width gives the surface area of the pool. Multiplying that by the depth gives the volume in cubic feet. Since there are 7.5 gallons in each cubic foot, multiply the cubic feet of the pool by 7.5 to arrive at the volume of the pool, expressed in gallons.

## What is the normal size of a swimming pool?

Most rectangular pools are about twice as long on one side as they are on the other, with an average depth of around 5.5 feet. Typical swimming pool dimensions are 10 x 20, 15 x 30, and 20 x 40.22 мая 2019 г.

## How do I measure my yard for a pool?

Just divide the pool’s diameter by two to get the radius, then add six inches for the frame. Put a stake in the center, and measure your string to that length. Tie the string to the stake, and walk it in a circle. Using the diagram below, stakes string, and some flour, mark out the pool area for your size pool.

## What size is a 10000 gallon pool?

Common Pool Sizes and Its Capacity In GallonsPool SizeUS Gallons12 ft x24 ft Oval6,40015 ft x24 ft Oval8,00015 ft x 30 ft Oval10,00018 ft x 33 ft Oval13,000

## How many Litres is a 12×24 pool?

Liters of water in my pool?Pool size in feet5 FootRound2149,000Round2464,000Round2797,764Oval12x2436,500

## How much is a 12×24 inground pool?

Inground Pool Cost Estimator by Size10x20$10,000-$25,00012×24$14,400-$36,00014×28$19,600-$48,75015×30$22,500-$56,25016×32$25,600-$64,000

## What is a good size above ground swimming pool?

It’s usually recommended to have about 15 square feet of surface area per person. A pool that’s 15 foot in diameter has about 175 square feet of surface area so you could have 11 or 12 people in the pool. A 30-foot pool has about 700 square feet of surface area.

## How small of a pool is too small?

While the sizes and dimensions of pools vary, anything that’s about 10 foot square or smaller is typically considered a small pool. In terms of depth, three feet is standard for soaking and floating, and four to five feet and above is the best depth for lap pools. From there, it’s up to you.

## How deep is a 52 inch pool?

Wall Height:

You typically fill a pool 4 inches from the top and have sand on the bottom so those pools actually held 3’6” of water. Many people wished they were deeper so the manufacturers started making 52 inch tall pools so that they would hold nearly 4 feet of water at 3′ 10”.

## Is a pool worth the money?

Real Estate Value

Despite what you may have heard in the past, YES, an inground swimming pool does increase the value of your home. … A few years ago, the National Association of Realtors stated that on average, an inground swimming pool will increase a home’s value by 4–6%.

## What size is a 20000 gallon pool?

Standard In-Ground Pool Volumes in Gallons by Size16x3213,40019,20018×3617,00024,30019×3819,00027,10020×4021,00030,000

## How much does your homeowners insurance go up with a pool?

According to Zacks Investment Research, insurance companies typically recommend increasing liability coverage from $100,000 to $500,000 when installing a swimming pool. In states where swimming pools aren’t standard, Zacks says, such an increase might add $50 to $75 to a homeowner’s insurance annual premium.