This is a really tough question because there are so many variables - where is the pool located, type, what type of water handling systems, estimated swimmer load, etc..etc..
First, search the internet. After a quick Google search using "pool operating costs" as the search criteria, I found a budget estimate from the City of Oklahoma that might be of general interest ... http://www.okc.gov/mgr/mgr_library/20040210/poolreport.html This estimate is interesting because it shows that labor costs (facility management) is generally larger than the fixed costs of water, chemicals, machinery/parts, etc.
The next place to go is to try to find similar pools (in your state or region if possible). Your best bet in being able to get actual operating cost data is for public pools. Contact the City Manager or other city official and ask what operating costs were estimated and approved by the City Council (or other government agency). This information is usually readily available to the public and should give you a very good estimate of ALL of the operating costs.
Last, go visit a similar pool facility and ask to talk with the site manager. He/she might be willing to give you rough estimates of the overall total operating costs. Don't be surprised if they don't want to provide a lot of cost breakdown and details - most facilities would rather not divulge this information.
Variable operating costs + fixed operating costs = total operating costs.
An ok indoor swimming pool costs about $100 A great indoor swimming pool costs about $1,500 A First Class kind of swimming pool costs about $27,000
markets with high start-up costs are less likely to be perfectly competitive.
The noncrash costs of driving include operating costs, fixed costs, and environmental costs. Operating costs include: gas, oil, and tires. The more you drive, the greater your operating costs. Fixed costs include: the purchas price of the vehicle, insurance, and licensing fees.
the costs of operating
Operating costs must be taken into account when a company's balance sheet is being produced.
Actual Costs are costs which have occurred and can be reliably measured. Budgeted Costs are costs which have been estimated, possibly by using Forecasted Costs.
Estimates are the expressions of of opinion based upon past experiences whereas the standard costs are based upon standard rate that are very carefully developed and set as scientifically as possible. However, both estimated costs and standard costs are related to future period of time but there are some significant differences between them. Some major differences between standard costs and estimated costs are listed below:1. Estimated costs are the expressions of opinion based upon experience. Standard costs are based upon standard rates that are carefully developed and set as scientifically as possible.2. Estimated costs are used by those firms that follow historical costing system. Standard costs are used by those organizations that follow standard costing.3. Estimated costs are based on actual costs and anticipated costs. Standard costs are fixed after scientific analysis of relevant cost elements.4. Estimated costs are based on approximation. Standard costs are based upon specifications.5. Estimated costs are normally used as guideline for price determination, quoting the selling price etc. Main purpose of standard costs is to serve as a tool for cost control.
Profit is calculated by subtracting operating costs from gross revenues.
their operating costs were so small compared to their fixed costs
The Company has to pay its Fixed Costs, Such as Rent and utility. These cost have to be paid regardless of whether the company is operating or not
Their operating costs were so small compared to their fixed costs.
Target Net income = (Target Operating income)-(Target Operating income x Tax rate) Target operating income = (Revenues-Variable costs)- Fixed Costs
Pre-operating costs are any expenses incurred during the formation of a new business. All types of business entities may incur pre-operating costs.
you can find operating costs for floriculture industry in certain places such as the internet on www. ask.com and then you can look at other things.
if you are talking about the costs associated with running a business, they are called "operating costs" there are also the costs that are required to get a business running, they are called "startup costs"
The estimated economic costs of World War 1 were $58 Billion for the Allies and $25 Billion for the Central Powers. Britain alone spent $21 Billion.
These costs include the initial costs in establishing the business (e.g. rent, insurance and stock), capital costs (e.g. equipment, plant and machinery) and operating costs (the cost of operating the business until income is sufficient to cover the costs of the business).when you save the money your future will be bright...
The capacity and efficiency would be mostly governed by your indoor coil. When you have a mismatch with the indoor unit being smaller, you will have higher operating costs. The outdoor unit has to work harder to generate the same amount of cooling. This is not a good thing.
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