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What is the cost of filling an above ground pool with water?


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Answered 2012-09-03 05:53:48

It depends on the pool size and where you live. I have an above ground 24 ft x 52 in pool and it cost about $260 for 2 5000 gallon tanks. I still had to add some but that gives an estimate.

Depending on your area most city water systems charge between $2-3 per unit (748 gals.) A 10,000 gal. pool at $2.50 per unit would cost about $33.


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This is way too nebulous unless we know what you are pumping and how much of it

With that kind of low weight you're better off filling empty milk cartons with water or sand. Doing that wouldn't cost you anything.

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