Pool Water delivery..cost?

dansgrl52579

New Member
My family will soon be buying a house in the Ranch Club...I know in there, you have a water bill. We currently live in Drum Point, where we'd just fill our pool with the hose every year. Does anyone have experience with the Ranch Club..if it would be cheaper to fill it with the hose or pay someone to fill it? Do you know how much companies charge to fill pools? Its an above ground, 18 Foot round pool, 4 feet deep. Thanks for the info! :banana:
 

bcp

In My Opinion
what is that? 4200 gallons roughly?
would take a long time to fill with a hose, but I think if you let the county know that you are filling a pool, they will take off the sewage part of the bill for that amount.
At least they used to in some other counties.
I would check on what it would cost on the water bill vs a truck dump.
 

dansgrl52579

New Member
Thanks

what is that? 4200 gallons roughly?
would take a long time to fill with a hose, but I think if you let the county know that you are filling a pool, they will take off the sewage part of the bill for that amount.
At least they used to in some other counties.
I would check on what it would cost on the water bill vs a truck dump.
Thanks...maybe I can call the water company and see how much they charge per gallon. BTW i love your quote...I work with a Liberal that id like to get up and punch in the mouth some days!!
 

bcp

In My Opinion
Friend of mine has a pool about that size. I think it was around $700 to fill.
sounds about right, and well worth it if you are on well.
the more you get, the less per gallon it is, you have to pay a fairly large fee for the truck and the driver. and Im not sure but I think there is also a permit involved since those trucks fill from fire hydrants. (or at least they used to)
 

purplepassion

Lovin' Life
C L Pitcher in Calvert delivers pool water. I don't know how much he charges.
410-586-1626.


My family will soon be buying a house in the Ranch Club...I know in there, you have a water bill. We currently live in Drum Point, where we'd just fill our pool with the hose every year. Does anyone have experience with the Ranch Club..if it would be cheaper to fill it with the hose or pay someone to fill it? Do you know how much companies charge to fill pools? Its an above ground, 18 Foot round pool, 4 feet deep. Thanks for the info! :banana:
 

b23hqb

Well-Known Member
PREMO Member
I have an in-ground, appx 20,000 gallon pool. Took about 24 hours with two hoses after resurfacing/tiling. Additional cost to monthly water bill about $150.

What the heck do you pay for county water up there?:dingding:
 

softtouch

Member
I have an in-ground, appx 20,000 gallon pool. Took about 24 hours with two hoses after resurfacing/tiling. Additional cost to monthly water bill about $150.

What the heck do you pay for county water up there?:dingding:
The Chesapeake Ranch Estates has it's own water company. Not county water.
0 to 1000 gal $14.25
1001 to 2000 gal $3.50
2001 to 3000 gal $4.50
3001 to 4000 gal $5.00
4001 to 5000 gal $5.50
5001 to 10,000 gal $5.75 per 1000 gals
over 10,000 gal $6.00 per 1000 gals
prorated to the nearest 10 gals.
 

b23hqb

Well-Known Member
PREMO Member
The Chesapeake Ranch Estates has it's own water company. Not county water.
0 to 1000 gal $14.25
1001 to 2000 gal $3.50
2001 to 3000 gal $4.50
3001 to 4000 gal $5.00
4001 to 5000 gal $5.50
5001 to 10,000 gal $5.75 per 1000 gals
over 10,000 gal $6.00 per 1000 gals
prorated to the nearest 10 gals.
Pretty close to the exorbitant costs, but not quite up to, here.

But you have to have water, right?

And pools are a year-round necessity here....
 
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