Posts Tagged ‘chemicals’

Where to find Coupons for Swimming Pool and Spa Supplies

November 3, 2008

If you are looking for coupons for swimming pool equipment, chemicals, and toys, please visit Mega Pool and Spa and sign up for our newsletter.

From time to time, we send swimming pool coupons that can be used at our website.

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Coupons for Swimming Pool Supplies – Inground Above Ground Pools

October 20, 2008

At http://www.megapoolandspa.com, we always have cheap prices on swimming pool supplies.

From time to time, we’ll send out coupons for your swimming pool.

In order to receive coupons and special offers to use on our website, please provide your name and email address at the bottom of our website.

How To Calculate The Number of Gallons of Water In An Above Ground or Inground Swimming Pool

April 5, 2008
It’s important to know how many gallons of water are in your swimming pool. A lot of swimming pool  spring startup opening chemical kits are sold based on gallons and it’s important to know so you can properly add the right amount of chemicals during your normal maintenance.

To determine how many gallons of water are in your swimming pool, you basically multiply the length, width, depth, then we also use a “multiplier”.

If you have a sloped pool or a pool with a deep end, you just figure the average depth. Take the depth of the shallow and deep end. Add them together and divde by two. This gives you a rough estimate of the average depth. If you have a flat bottom pool, you guessed it, your average depth is just the depth of your pool

For Round Pools, you multiply the diameter (in feet) times the diameter (in feet) times the average depth (in feet) times 5.9 (the multiplier).

For Oval Swimming Pools, the calculation is roughly the same, but we change the multiplier. To figure the amount of gallons in an above ground swimming pool, it’s length x width x average depth x 6.7 (our multiplier).

For rectangular pools, our equation to figure the amount of water in a swimming pool is lenth x width x average depth x 7.5(our multiplier)

Once you figure out how many gallons of water are in your swimming pool, you can buy the right amount of swimming pool chemicals.

How to Open A Pool For The Swimming Season

March 3, 2008

There is a lot to do, but the first thing you need to do is buy a spring start up kit.  This chemical package contains all the chemicals you need to open your above ground or inground swimming pool.  These packages are sold in sizes based on the number of gallons in your pool

Stay tuned for other articles on how to open your swimming pool after the winter months.