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## How many gallons is the average swimming pool?

A 12-by-24-foot rectangular pool with an average depth of 5 feet will hold approximately 10,800 gallons of water. A 16-by-32-foot pool with the same depth will hold about 19,200 gallons, and a 20-by-40-foot pool will hold 30,000 gallons.

**How many gallons is a 20×40 pool?**

21,000

Standard In-Ground Pool Volumes in Gallons by Size | ||
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20×40 | 21,000 | 30,000 |

22×44 | 25,400 | 36,300 |

25×45 | 29,531 | 42,187 |

25×50 | 32,800 | 46,900 |

**How do I calculate the gallons in 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.

### How many gallons is a 30 foot pool?

How Many Gallons Of Water Are In My Swimming Pool?

SIZE | GALLONS OF WATER |
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28′ Round | 18,502 |

30′ Round | 21,240 |

33′ Round | 25,700 |

15′ x 30′ Oval | 10,620 |

**How much does 20000 gallons of water cost?**

Below is a chart based on a water cost of $9 for every 1000 gallons of water it requires to fill your pool. Your water cost may be higher or lower….Determine Cost.

Gallons Of Water | Cost To Fill With Water |
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5,000 | $45 |

10,000 | $90 |

15,000 | $135 |

20,000 | $180 |

**Is a 20×40 pool big?**

A 20 foot by 40 foot inground pool is by no means the largest swimming pool you can build or install. However, it is a very popular size for larger pools.

## How many gallons is a 27 foot by 54 inch pool?

Aboveground Pool Sizes | 48 Inch Deep | 54 Inch Deep |
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21 Ft Round | 9,105 gallons | 11,700 gallons |

24 Ft Round | 11,895 gallons | 15,209 gallons |

27 Ft Round | 15,050 gallons | 19,350 gallons |

30 Ft Round | 18,585 gallons | 23,900 gallons |

**How much chlorine do I put in a 10000 gallon pool?**

You’ll need about 52-104 oz of liquid chlorine per 10,000 gallons of water. This amount should get the chlorine level to between 5 and 10 ppm.

**How much does a 1000 gallons of water cost?**

The average price of water in the United States is about $1.50 for 1,000 gallons. At that price, a gallon of water costs less than one penny.

### How much does it cost to fill a 10000 gallon pool?

Below is a chart based on a water cost of $9 for every 1000 gallons of water it requires to fill your pool….Determine Cost.

Gallons Of Water | Cost To Fill With Water |
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5,000 | $45 |

10,000 | $90 |

15,000 | $135 |

20,000 | $180 |

**How much is a 20×40 inground pool?**

Inground Pool Cost By Size

Pool Size (feet) | Price |
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14×28 | $19,600 – $48,750 |

16×32 | $25,600 – $66,560 |

18×36 | $32,400 – $84,240 |

20×40 | $40,000 – $104,000 |

**How small is too small for a pool?**

While the sizes and dimensions of pools vary, anything that’s about 10 feet by 10 feet 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 do you calculate pool water?

Multiply the pool’s length times the width times the average depth. For round pools, multiply diameter times diameter times average depth. With a rectangular pool, for example, multiply 32 x 16 x 6, which equals 3,072. This means the pool holds 3,072 cubic feet of water.

**How many gallons of water are in a swimming pool?**

The average residential swimming pool in the United States contains between 18,000 and 20,000 gallons of water. All pools lose water for different reasons, including natural forces or a defect in the pool construction or plumbing system.

**How many gallons to fill a pool?**

The average swimming pool takes 18,000-20,000 gallons of water to fill. This will cost you an average of $80.00-$100.00 on your water bill (Austin).

### How do you calculate gallons in swimming pool?

To find the number of gallons in a pool, measure and multiply together the length, width and average depth, then multiply by 7.5 for a rectangular pool, 6.7 for an oval pool or 5.9 for a round pool.