Do you have to keep water in an above ground pool year round?

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No , above ground pools are different in that you can drain them , the reason you cannot drain an in ground pool is because the pool is built to have water pressure , and it is very stressful on the walls , I hope this answered your question :) .
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How many gallons of water are in a 15-foot round above-ground pool?

The calculation is: Diameter x Diameter x Depth X 5.9 = Number of Gallons For example: For a 15-foot round pool with a water depth of 3 ft: 15x15x3x5.9 = 3,982 gallons.

How much water is in an above ground pool?

\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nGood Question? Well there are many different sizes of pools. You can find the volume of one by Multiplying the Length X Width X Depth . \n.

How many gallons of water are in a 24 ft round above ground pool?

Answer . That would depend on to what depth you filled the pool. When you figure that one out, I am certain you can calculate the number of gallons required.\nDes Perado.

How much water is in a 18' by 4' round above ground pool?

Round pools . An 18-foot round pool has a radius of 9 feet. The area is Pi*r 2 = 254.5.\n. \nThe water height is about four inches below the wall height, so the height i

Can you convert an above ground 24' round pool into an oval above ground pool?

Answer is no You can remove a round one and install an oval after, of course, you make necessary adjustments to the ground--making the ground level in an oval instead of a ci

How many gallons of water in a round 16feet above ground pool?

Round pool 16' diameter = 8' radius area = 8 X 8 X 3.14 = 201 square feet. Water is 8 gallons per cu ft so 201 sq foot has 8 gallons for each foot of depth. My 16' round pool
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How many gallons of water is in a round 18 foot above ground pool?

It depends on how deep it is. Multiply distance from center to edge in feet by itself then multiply that number by 3.14 then multiply that by how many feet deep it is and fina