- 1 Can I fill a 1000 gallon pool with my well?
- 2 How do you fill a pool when you have a well?
- 3 Can you put a pool over a well?
- 4 How far should a pool be from a well?
- 5 Can field lines be moved?
- 6 Can you put a pool over a leach field?
- 7 Can I put a pool over a leach field?
- 8 Can you reroute a leach field?
Can I fill a 1000 gallon pool with my well?
If you’re like a lot of pool owners, you might be wondering if it’s safe to fill a pool with well water. The short answer is yes, you can – but there are some important things to consider before you proceed.
How do you fill a pool when you have a well?
Submersible pumps are usually the best for this. If you are using a submersible pump, water from the well pump at a higher PSI. That is if it’s connected properly. Another alternative is to use pool pumps to fill up your pool.
Can you put a pool over a well?
If you want to install an inground pool and you live in a home with a well and or a septic tank, yes an inground pool can be installed. The water edge of the pool needs to be a certain distance away from the well or septic but in most cases; your pool patio would not have to be this distance away.
How far should a pool be from a well?
In most cases, we recommend building your pool at least 100 feet from any body of water. That’s only about two and a quarter school buses from the shore, so you’ll still get the amazing views from your pool without being too close to the water.
Can field lines be moved?
Can a leach field be moved? It can be hand drawn in most states. If you are moving your leach field, you may have to have soil tests performed by a certified septic technician prior to approval.
Can you put a pool over a leach field?
Do not place the pool over the leach field area! Doing so is very likely to damage the area in one or more ways. If you put a pool up on the leach field you are: Adding weight which will compress the soil under the pool and not allow the leach field to work properly.
Can I put a pool over a leach field?
Placing a pool on top of a leach field can crack or crush the pipes of the field or compact the soil enough to prevent proper drainage.
Can you reroute a leach field?
If the setback ordinances cause a problem with the existing leach field and you have a reserve area, you may be able to build a new leach field and redirect the leach lines.