It is nice to have a garden swimming pool and watch the small (and not so small) children playing.
Of course, there is a cost associated to purchase a swimming pool which it is relatively not that high if the swimming pool is frequently in use.
But, the water cost has to be also taken in consideration because depending on everyone’s personal situation, it may be worth to start looking to ways on how to save water and reduce the water bill costs.
If you are considering to purchase a swimming pool or if you already have one, on the manufacturer’s website you should be able to find out the water capacity.
Once you know the water capacity of the swimming pool, this calculator can be used to find out the yearly water cost.
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