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What does it cost to fill a pool?
Last Updated: 2nd March, 2020
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Accordingly, how much does it cost to fill a pool in with dirt?
Filling in with Dirt - $12 per cubic yard If your pool is 20 feet long by 15 feet wide, with a maximum depth of 6 feet, you could be looking at roughly $60 to $100 per cubic yard if you use dirt. This covers the cost of labor, but there may be additional charges for soil.
Subsequently, question is, how much does it cost to fill a 10000 gallon pool? If you don't trust your well, it will cost about $200 to fill a 10,000 gallon pool using a good water company that will deliver drinking water. Be careful, some water delivery people will back up to a local pond to fill up.
Thereof, do you need a permit to fill in a pool?
That depends on your local government, but in many cases, a permit is required. The cost of a permit can be anywhere from free to several hundred dollars depending on your local municipality.
Does the Fire Department fill swimming pools?
News flash: the fire department will not send a truck to your house to fill up your swimming pool. Water from fire trucks is not potable or suitable for swimming. The department does not clean the inside of its tanks … ever.