Yes, Your pool plaster is very rough. It probably has never had adequate pH or total alkalinity levels. Ph problems can cause very etched plaster making it like glass shards if the pH has been at or below 6.8 for long periods. At the other end of that scale a high pH (8.0) will deposit calcium making the pool surface rough also. The water gets aggressive at both ends of the pH scale. The only way to remedy the neglected pH is to drain and have an acid wash and probably a surface sanding to remove the bad or destroyed finish. Sometimes this acid wash will not work especially if the plaster is destroyed. Only recourse is to replaster. Once the pool plaster is restored you then have to be more diligent on testing the water and balancing it. Since I can not see or feel the plaster I can not give accurate advice here. Call in a good pool service tech(s) for more advice ( someone you can rely on). Sorry to hear of your plight. k
Assuming an average depth of 4 feet, there are 96 cubic feet (1728 cubic inches) of water in the pool. That works out to be 718.13 gallons. That is wrong, there are over 14,000 gal. in a 24 foot pool that is 4 feet deep!
Pennsylvania state law requires that an in-ground swimming pool fence is 4 feet high, however, for extra precaution, many pool companies recommend a fence that is 6 feet high.
If the pool is 26 feet around, then its circumference is 26 feet. If the pool is 26 feet across, then its circumference is 81.7 feet.
an olympic pool is 82.02 feet
Circumference of the pool = 28*pi feet
The measurement of a pool table is from rail to rail on its playing surface. The common pool table sizes are 9 feet by 4.5 feet, 8 feet by 4 feet, and 7 feet by 3.5 feet.
5 times the surface area of the pool - in square feet.
yes u can put your feet in the reflecting pool
It is 2250 cubic feet.
The pool is 150 feet long.
You have to take the length of the pool in feet multiplied by the width of the pool in feet multiplied by the depth of the pool in feet and multiply by 7.5 to find the approx gallon capacity
The length of the swimming pool is 20 feet Check: 20 times 10 = 200 square feet
15 x 24 = 360 square feet. How deep is the pool? You need that to determine cubic feet of that area.
IF the pool is a rectangle shape AND has a flat bottom, then the number of cubic feet is:(length of the pool, feet) x (width of the pool, feet) x (1.5 less than the depth of the pool) .If the pool is any other shape, OR has a sloped bottom, then we need to knowall of those details before an answer can be calculated.
it is 3168 feet
The volume of a pool measuring 44 feet long x 9 feet wide x 8 feet deep is 3,168 cubic feet. This pool could hold a maximum of about 23,700 US gallons of water.
in feet,example:if the side of the swimming pool says 4ft the length of the swimming pool would be 4 feet
If the circumference of the round pool is 29 feet, then the volume of the pool (area times depth) is about 267.7 cubic feet.
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No KidsCorner does not have a swimming pool.