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# 10'X12'X2' in square feet

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08-12-10, 03:23 PM
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10'X12'X2' in square feet

I have a pond and waterfall that measures 10'X12'X2'. I need to know how many square feet of pond liner I will need to cover this area. What is the calculation? What is the solution? JohnBeer 4U2

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ElectricJoe's numbers are correct. The only thing I might add is to go about two feet longer on each dimension making it 18x16' to give some overlap up onto the rim of your pond. Stack edging stones on this extra border liner and it will hold the top edge of the liner in place and help prevent weeds from growing up between the rocks.

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How many gallons

How many Gallons is in the pond? John

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08-13-10, 04:22 PM
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Should be 1800 gallons. length x width x depth x 7.5(multiplier for rectangle or square pools)