All numbers have been rounded to the nearest 100 gallons.

If you don't see your size listed, use the following formula for calculating the number of gallons of water you'll need.
Round pool: Take the Diameter times Diameter, times the average depth, times 5.9. For example, for an 18 ft. pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 18 x 18 = 324. Then 324 x 4 = 1,296. Then 1,296 x 5.9 = 7,646.4 gallons needed.
Oval pool: Take the length times width, times the average depth, times 5.9. For example, for an 11' x 30' pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 11 x 30 = 330. Then 330 x 4 = 1,320. Then 1320 x 5.9 = 7,788 gallons needed.
Rectangular pool: Take the length times width, times the average depth, times 7.5. For example, for a 12' x 24' pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 12 x 24 = 288. Then 288 x 4 = 1,152. Then 1,152 x 7.5 = 8,646 gallons needed.
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