1 tonne is 1000kg, so 7200kg or 7200 litres or 7.2 cubic metres at approximately *£3 per cubic metre = £21.60 *United Utilities- your charges will vary depending on whether metered, your drainage charges and your supplier etc.
Might even be more, just guessing atm. Have a look here - omg! https://www.1066pools.co.uk/water-costs-to-fill-hot-tub-or-swimming-pool.html
Very informative. many thanks. £60.00 to fill it up? OMG!
Great info thanks. Enjoy :D
Great price! I've had one of these up for about 8 weeks now (slightly deeper though - 4ft?). Some thoughts... Ours is on the slant by about 1-2inches (2 inch un-level is about the max rec you can get away with) as it's on our patio which is obviously angled for rain drainage. No problems so far even with 8 x 12 year old school leavers in it creating a whirlpool :) I have it sat on a foam base (mats) to stop the kids mashing their heads and to stop it snagging/tearing the base. Cost me about £60 to fill it up on my meter, so have to factor in the sewage they will charge for the same amount. Solar cover works well, but bear in mind these pools will only ever be about 18-22 degrees without heating, hotter than the sea though ;) Don't bother with the standard £100 heaters, they take about 1 day to heat up 0.5 degree and cost about £8 a day to run! The other expensive part is the chlorine tabs in a floater, about 3-5 a week (weather dependent) and the pump filters which I'm changing every 2-3 weeks to keep the pool clean. Oh and you'll need a good net/vacuum combo tool to pick up all the debris. Otherwise all good!