What is the smallest size pool you can get?
Most of the smallest inground pools across all pool types, on average, are around 12 feet by 24 feet,10 feet by 20 feet, or 12 feet by 14 feet. Inground pools can be even smaller than 12 feet by 14 feet, but you might not be able to swim laps very effectively or host as many people at pool parties.
What are the smallest above ground pools?
In a nutshell, the smallest size of the above ground pool that you can find in the market is around 12 feet of measurement. The rectangle above ground pools are a bit suitable for sport swimming, and the smallest of it is 12-16 feet while the oval pools feature 12-16 feet standard size.
How big of yard do you need for a pool?
As a general rule, your pool should occupy around 25% to 35% of the available space – 45% if you are passionate about it. For a small or medium-sized pool (20-30 square meters), you will need a yard of about 150 square meters. Then, there is the question of the type of pool to consider as well.
How big of a yard do you need for a pool?
For the pools mentioned above, we recommend you have a yard at least 3 times bigger than their square footage. However, if you want to ‘stuff’ your pool in no matter the size constraints, we recommend you have at least 40 feet spare after the pool is installed to meet code requirements.
How do I know if I can put a pool in my yard?
Check for any easements on your property You won’t be allowed to build a pool or any other permanent structure on an easement, so be sure to find out where any easements are early on. Where to get this information: Check with your city or county records offices, or contact the utility companies directly.
What size do round above ground pools come in?
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.
Are circular pools more expensive?
A rounded shape is not necessarily more expensive than a rectangular one, and vice versa. The overall size of the pool and its other features contribute to the cost.