How do I calculate the cost to fill my swimming pool?
To determine how much it will cost to fill a swimming pool, it is necessary to convert the number of of gallons it takes to fill your pool to cubic feet then multiply by the current water volume and pass through rates.
• Pool volume = 40,000 gallons / 7.48 = 5,347 cubic feet/100 = 53.47 ccf
• Volume cost = 53.47 x current volume rate
• Pass Through cost = 53.47 x pass through rate

This is a quick estimate of cost and will vary depending upon the minimum volume included in your base rate which is not included in the above calculation. View the current rate schedule by clicking the link below for more information.

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