Professional Pool Liner Installation

About Pool Liners

Pool liners are fairly fragile, as they are nothing more than pieces of plastic sheeting sealed together. Because of this, you may need to replace or repair the liners from time to time.  The material we use is made from virgin vinyl, flexible Poly-Vinyl Chloride (PVC) sheeting containing various additives, i.e. inhibitors for mildew, mold, and algae. These additives improve the life and quality of the vinyl by increasing its resistance to chemical/detergents, brittleness, punctures, high strength with durability, and low-temperature flexibility.

When to Replace Your Pool Liner

Generally, a pool liner’s lifespan can vary greatly. Variables may include frequency of use, whether or not pets use the pool, chemical treatment products, maintenance, and more. Even the weather can have an impact on your liners. if you notice your water level changing or floatation in the liner, you may need to replace the liner. Liners may lift off the wall/floor if there is water or air trapped behind them. If the material is falling off the track, you may need repair or replacement services. Lastly, if you notice rips or tears in the material, your pool will need servicing.

A New Look When Replacing Your Pool Liners

When replacing your pool liner, you may want to change up the color or style. This can revitalize your backyard space. Vinyl liner replacement can be a great way to change up the design of your backyard, without having to redo the deck or patio. The pool experts at G& S can help you choose a new liner that fits your backyard. G & S Pools offers liners from Merlin Industries and Pegasus. Below, you can review the available liners from each company. Both companies offer a wide assortment of styles and colors to provide the best options for your backyard. For samples and pricing guides, visit our store, or contact us.

Liner Replacement Before and After