Superior Vinyl Liners For Your Pool
If your pool has a vinyl liners, you will need to replace it eventually. You can increase its lifetime with good maintenance.
- Good water quality is essential so test the pH levels regularly and sanitize.
- Check for leaks, holes and algae buildup.
- If you think there is a leak, call in an expert to scan the liner and locate tears and holes.
- Patch holes. This can be done in a number of ways, but as the liner ages, it becomes more brittle and the repairs are less likely to be effective.
Signs of Trouble
- Discoloration or fading
- Gaps appearing between the pool wall and the liner
- One too many holes
Replacing the Vinyl Liners
The best time to replace the liner is when the temperature is warm because the vinyl is more elastic and easier to work with. If there are holes in the liner, you may want to replace it before winter. Leaking water over the late fall to early spring can cause extra damage to the pool floor.
Your pool will need to be drained and the old liner removed. Next it is measured precisely and the walls are prepped. Any degradation to the pool walls and floor will be repaired. The new liner will be snapped into place and the pool refilled.