Don’t waste your time looking for 5 FT deep above ground pools as there are almost no suppliers’ deals with. Commonly above ground pools come with 52 inches deep or 4.33 ft. Another option is to build a semi above ground pool where 52 inches above the ground and the remaining eight inches below ground.
An above ground pool that deeper than 52 inches will be hard a little more for installation. They will have to do what’s called a dish out. They will dig extra dirt towards the rest of the pool inground. The walls will still be at 52 inches (standard wall heights), but the depth gets deeper towards the rest of the pool.
Semi above ground pool can be a wise choice if you still want a swimming pool above ground with 5 ft or more. Currently, the semi above ground models are increasingly favored because of some advantages such as cheaper installation costs because the cost to dig the soil, and underground construction is not as big as the pool, but it gives all the advantages that exist in the inground pool.
Prefab fiberglass pool is one of the most affordable models. With a relatively low cost of construction and quick installation process and maintenance cost is also much easier and cheaper when compared with concrete. Also, the fiberglass prefab can also be resold when you no longer need it.
As you can see on the picture above is the example of above ground pools 5 feet deep design. 52 inch above ground and 8 inch under ground. These kind of above ground pools 5ft deep models are ideal to get 5 feet deep pool. You don not need to worry about failure of above ground pool wall. Just you need to know that the problem faced by swimming pool above ground with height more than 48 inch is unstable wall resist water pressure.