Sometimes the local fire department will fill pools. Most fire departments have those big tanker trucks filled with water, A donation always helps.
it takes approximately 5 hours to fill up a 12ft pool with water
This pool can hold up to about 60,322 gallons of water.(This would fill the pool to the very top)
Yes you can fill a pool with hard well water. I have an above the ground pool and I have hard water. After you add shock and the rest of your chemicals, the water will turn brown. To get this out you will have to buy a chemical called metal out. It works great. You could probably add the metal out first. On start up of the pool you will have to use a few filters to get all the metal out of your pool water.
Fill it back up?
it does not matter
yes change the filter to fresh water and drain the pool fill it back up with hose water
To fill this pool to the very top you'll need about 1,480 gallons of water - less if you do not fill it all the way up.
This pool can hold up to about 15,148 gallons of water. (this would fill the pool to the very top).
You may have a high metal content in the water you are using to fill the pool. Check the metal content of the water.
Swimming pool sizes differentiate. It all depends on the size of the pool.
YES if you keep water running lol
depends how much you fill it up
well at the end of the day they drain the pool then in the morning they fill it up
A pool this size can hold up to 17,770 gallons of water. This would completely fill the pool to the very top.
This pool holds up to 13,460 gallons of water. (this would fill it to the very top)
just buy balloons and then fill them up with water just buy them at a party shop.
This pool can hold up to about 8,251 gallons of water.(This would fill the pool to the very top)
A pool this size can hold up to 29,080 gallons of water. (this would fill the pool to the very top).
A person should shock their pool right after they fill it up for the first time. This will cut down on bacteria growth that often occurs in un-chlorinated pool water.
Certainly, if the pump is running. The primary pump intake is the main drain at the deepest part of the pool.
If you can't get the Fire Company to come and fill it you will have to go to the store and you will have to buy 4 bottles of "FAST WATER". Most pool places sell it and it isn't to expensive ! Becareful not to drink any of it or you will be doing all your wife's "Honey Dews" way to fast ! Hahahaha !
Based on my calculations, there are 588 gallons per foot of water height in a 10 foot pool. If you have the same pool I have, it is about 3 feet high. This pool has 1,764 gallons.
Rust in your water is caused by iron in your water supply. You can get a water softner and use the softened water to fill your pool, or you can fill your pool with the rusty water and use a scale and metal out chemical that you could purchase at any local pool dealer. If you choose to purchase the scale and metal out I would recommend taking a sample of your water so that they can test to find out the level of iron in your water. They then could instruct you on how much of the product you should use to clear your water up.