How long does it take to fill up a pool with a hose?
12-24 hoursMost people head to the hose, and that is a viable solution if you are a very patient person, have multiple hoses and are not using well water.
The average pool can take 12-24 hours to fill and that is only if you have a few hoses chugging away..
How long does it take to fill a 10 000 gallon pool?
25 hoursStart filling a 5 gallon bucket and time how long it takes to fill it, then do the math. Example. If it takes 45 seconds to fill the 5 gallon bucket, thats 6.6 gallons per minute or 396 gallons per hour. So.. to fill 10,000 gallons it would take ~25 hours.
How much does it cost to fill a pool with a hose?
The average cost of a typical 24′ round pool (containing 14,700 gallons) with your water hose is going to cost you about $80-$160. These costs are depending where in the country you live and your local water supply markets.
Can you fill up a pool with a hose?
You can fill your pool with a hose from the tap, just like you would with city water. But remember that you’ll be moving many thousands of gallons of water through your softener system, so be sure to factor in the cost of salt and the electricity required to pump the water to your pool.
Will 2 hoses fill a pool faster than 1?
You have a 3/4″ line and all the water pressure of either a municipal water system or a water pump. Splitting that into two lines will not likely double the flow rate as there is a pressure drop, but it should increase the total flow rate considerably.
How many gallons is a 16×32 pool?
Standard In-Ground Pool Volumes in Gallons by Size14x2810,30011,80015×3011,80013,50016×3213,40015,40018×3617,00019,4008 more rows•Mar 11, 2020