A 12x24 foot pool has a surface area that covers 288 feet, so **it should be big enough for your needs** based on this rough calculation.

For a family of 8 people, a pool size of 18 by 36 feet is adequate. Even if you all decide to swim at the same time, there will be enough space for everyone. A rectangular shape is the best choice for this size of the pool. If there are six or less in your family, a pool size of 16 by 32 feet will be sufficient.

Although not a limit, but used as a guideline, it is common to have no more than 1 swimmer per 15 square feet. If you have a 24-foot round pool you will be able to have roughly 30 swimmers.

It's recommended having a depth fewer than six feet to meet most pool needs. For a family of six to eight people, an 18 foot by 36-foot pool is recommended. This should be sufficient to avoid crowding and allow for the playing of games. Rectangle shaped pools look best for this size.

What Is Considered A Small Inground Pool? The average size inground swimming pool is larger than 600 square feet. A small, or 'boutique' swimming pool is typically considered to be one that is 600 square feet or less.

A 12x24 foot pool has a surface area that covers 288 feet, so it should be big enough for your needs based on this rough calculation.

While the sizes and dimensions of pools vary, anything that's about 10 feet by 10 feet or smaller is typically considered a small pool. In terms of depth, three feet is standard for soaking and floating, and four to five feet and above is the best depth for lap pools. From there, it's up to you.

Free Shipping. Approximate inside (water) dimensions - 24' Diameter. Approximate outside dimensions (space required) - 25' Diameter. Approximate Water Capacity - 13,500 Gallons.

If the diameter of the round pool is 24 ft, then its radius is 12 ft. Since the width of the edging is 2 ft, the radius of the circle for the outside of the edging is 2 ft more than the pool's radius. So we have two radii. We need the area represented as the ring (mathematicians call this an annulus).

Size up your pool.

Aboveground pools come in three basic wall heights: 48 inches, 52 inches (most popular) and 54 inches. The higher the wall, the more water the pool will hold. Aboveground pools come in both round and oval shapes. (Royal Swimming Pools Inc.)

(2) sections of Kit C, and (8) sections of Kit A. Fits perfectly for a 24 ft. round pool.

I would say 27 is big enough if you are not going to have a deck around most of it. My 28 ft pool is almost too big to vac from the sides. The only way to do it properly is from inside the pool wich isn't a problem most of the time. We'v had lots of kids and adults in the pool and had plenty of room.

10 x 20 is considered a small in-ground pool, while a 20 x 40-foot pool is on the larger side of things.

Small pool: Basic size is about 12' x 24' Medium pool: Basic size is about 16' x 32' Large pool: Basic size is about 20' x 40'

Olympic size pools measure: 50 metres long, 25 metres wide, and a minimum of 2 metres deep. 660,430 gallons of water.

\N\NThis round framed pool is 20 feet in diameter and 48 inches tall, allowing it to hold up to 7,947 gallons of water.

5. Would an overlap 48”/52” liner fit my 54” wall? No, overlap 48”/52” liners are not cut with enough wall material to be lifted and draped over the pool wall without excessive stretch.

In round pools 15', 18', 21', 24', 27' & 30'. *Note: not every size is available in every model.

A high-quality above ground pool from Valley Pool & Spa should last between 10 and 20 years depending on how well you care for it. However, your pool liner will not last as long as your pool. Contact a pool expert at our store to see if you need a new liner before you decide to replace your entire pool.

Before you buy an above ground pool you will want to do some planning. A good start would be to think about the best spot for your pool in your backyard. Decide if you want the pool close to your house or set back. Some people enjoy walking straight onto the pool deck or like the pool close to monitor children.

How to Choose an Above Ground Pool

- Measure your space. Measure the area where you'll be installing the pool to get an idea of the space you will be working with. ...
- Choose a pool type. ...
- Determine a wall height. ...
- Pick a size and shape. ...
- Consider a semi inground pool. ...
- Select equipment and accessories.