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parrothead
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Location: Port Saint Lucie, FL

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Postby parrothead » Tue 03 Aug, 2010 17:31

New pool owner. Nasty pool that came with a foreslosure house. Learned a bunch from reading through here, and pool is almost ready to use. Anyone know of a web based calculator that can help determine the capacity of a pool?

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parrothead
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Location: Port Saint Lucie, FL

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Postby parrothead » Tue 03 Aug, 2010 17:35

Found one.
http://www.oceanmagic.net/calculating_pool_capacity.htm
We have a kidney shaped pool and figured that the last option will work close enough.
floridapooltech
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My Pool: License # CPO34-283076
Location: Tampa Bay, FL

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Postby floridapooltech » Thu 05 Aug, 2010 22:37

We actually have a "Swimming Pool Do-It-Yourself" guide that includes calculators, tips and formulas for almost any situation based within our store

Otherwise, this forum is an extremely great source for answers since a few of us on here are professionals within the industry and answer questions daily!
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Postby athurart09 » Fri 27 Aug, 2010 03:16

I'm Athur, a totally newbie to this community. Nice to see you all and great to be a part of the community. Hope to get help from you, thank!

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