You may be thinking above ground pools cannot be that deep, but they can actually go as far down as 8 feet or more! This is due to the elasticity of the vinyl liners. ... In simple terms, if your pool walls reach 5 feet, the center cannot exceed 6 feet.
The deepest above-ground pool available is the Intex 36-Foot by 16-Foot by 52-Inch Above-Ground Pool. The four-foot depth may not seem like a lot, but in the world of above-ground pools, it's tough to find deeper floors.
Due to the 54" walls these pools will have depths ranging from a true 48" water depth to 52".
Above Ground Pool Depths
However, many pool owners would like to have the ability to go deeper than 4 feet. Luckily, above ground pools can have both shallow and deep ends, just like an in-ground pool.
This is a very common question amongst many new pool buyers. The answer is “yes”. There are some drawbacks though to making an above ground pool deeper. Note: The less expensive soft-sided above ground pool like ones made by Intex, Coleman, and Summer Waves, can NOT be made deeper.
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.
48” PANELS are more popular with older kids and adults as this height provides a deeper shallow end depth of 3'10”; perfect for pool sports, such as volleyball or water polo! The 48” panel also creates a deep end with a less significant slope transition and is safer for diving pools.
This round framed pool is 24 feet in diameter and 52 inches deep.
Size up your pool.
Round pools start at 12 feet in diameter, with 24-foot-diameter pools, which can fit four to five people, being the most popular choice, Carnes says. The most popular oval pools are 15 feet by 30 feet. The depth of your pool depends on the wall height.
You typically fill a pool 4 inches from the top and have sand on the bottom so those pools actually held 3'6” of water. Many people wished they were deeper so the manufacturers started making 52 inch tall pools so that they would hold nearly 4 feet of water at 3' 10”.
The pool company will drain your pool to adjust the depth. To make a pool shallower or deeper, workers will first remove the bottom either with machinery or by hand. Then, they'll add or remove fill to reach the desired depth. A new bottom will replace the old one and will be made to match perfectly.
Some pool installation professionals suggest putting an above-ground pool only halfway in the ground. Doing so reduces excavation costs and minimizes the risk of the pool collapsing inward if it needs to be drained.
Approximate Water Capacity - 13,500 Gallons.
The average pool can take 12-24 hours to fill and that is only if you have a few hoses chugging away. When your family is chomping at the bit to dive in, that may as well be an eternity.
Generally, above ground pools come in the following sizes: 12', 15', 18', 21', 24', 27', 30' & 33'. There are also a variety of oval sizes if your area will not allow for a round pool. Pool Tip: Stick with a round pool if at all possible.
To get the average depth of your pool, take the depth of the shallow end of your pool and add it to the depth of the deep end, and divide by two. Here's a quick example. Let's say the shallow end of your pool is 3 feet deep and the deep end is 7 feet deep. Add those two together 3 feet +7 feet =10 feet.
Unlike the overall table size, things are a little more flexible when it comes to the height of Pool tables. The World Pool-Billiard Association state that a Pool table should have a maximum height of between 29 and quarter inches to 31 inches.
An above-ground pool is, by far, the least-expensive option for a pool. Kids love them, and built-in fencing and locking gate options make them safe as long as an adult monitors them. The main disadvantage of an above-ground pool is that it generally adds no value to your home.
Typically, above ground pool liners measure 20 or 25 mil. For a little context, a dime measures 49 mil while a standard sheet of paper measures just 10 mil.
You need a much thicker pool wall to fully bury your pool. While the installation of your above ground pool will probably require some excavation to get a level surface to assemble your pool, that excavation process is not intended to sink your above ground pool completely into the dirt.
EXPANDABLE POOL LINER DESCRIPTION: A pool liner that stretches to fit a “deep end” or dugout area of an above ground pool.