## How much does it cost to fill a 20 x 40 pool?

The average cost to remove an inground pool is $4,000 to $16,000, depending on the size, depth, material, and accessibility….Cost to Remove an Inground Pool.

Pool Size | Partial Fill-In | Full Removal |
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20′ x 40′ | $3,000 – $10,300 | $6,100 – $16,400 |

30′ x 50′ | $4,100 – $14,700 | $8,000 – $22,500 |

## How many gallons is a 27 foot pool?

How Many Gallons Of Water Are In My Swimming Pool?

SIZE | GALLONS OF WATER |
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27′ Round | 17,204 |

28′ Round | 18,502 |

30′ Round | 21,240 |

33′ Round | 25,700 |

**How many gallons is a 27 x 54 pool?**

Approximate Water Capacity – 17,000 Gallons.

### How do you calculate the gallons of a pool?

An in-ground pool can hold 31,000 gallons or more. 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.

### How many gallons in an Olympic size pool?

Olympic-size swimming pool contains 2,500,000 L of water, assuming a nominal depth of 2 m. It’s around 550,000 imp gal and 660,000 US gal – if you don’t believe us, you can check it with our volume converter tool, where you’ll find other volume units as well.

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

So here are the formulas to figure out how much water is in your swimming pool: These formulas hold true for both Inground pools as well as above ground pools. Rectangular, Square or Free Form Pools: Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5 = Total gallons. For example: 16′ x 32′ x 4.5′ x 7.5 = 17,280 Gallons.

## What is the volume of an inground pool?

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). Measure the length, width, and average depth of the pool, rounding each measurement off to the nearest foot or percentage of one foot. One inch equals 0.0833 feet.