Do you think you may be in need of a pool liner replacement?
Has your liner sustained visible damage?
Is it faded, wrinkled or cracked?
Is your pool losing water?
Pool liners can last as little as 5 years and as long as 20 years depending on the workmanship, installation and seasonal maintenance. Since pool liners are a big investment, always make sure your liner is sourced from a trusted manufacturer, installers are experienced and reputable, and that you, as a pool owner, know how to care for your pool liner.
Vinyl liners can be subject to damage from sharp-edged pool toys and equipment like vacuum poles. Make sure your family pet is supervised if they like to swim in the pool as nails can tear and puncture the liner. Be vigilant about pool chemistry as extremely high or low PH levels can, over time, result in staining or wrinkling of the liner. Also be aware that prolonged contact with undissolved chlorine can bleach and weaken the vinyl. Regular vacuuming is important to ensure dirt and sediment cannot accumulate causing abrasion of the liner. Finally, do not attempt to empty your pool entirely as the lack of water pressure and exposure to the air can cause the vinyl to shrink and/or crack.
Despite your best efforts, there will come a time when pool owners need to replace their pool liner. ReedPool has been helping customers with pool liner replacements.
We first meet with the pool owner to provide a free consultation and estimate. Moving forward, the next step is to drain the pool, and remove the hardware and the liner.
We take a variety of photos to create a 3D model of your pool and provide this to the manufacturer, once you have selected your preferred pattern, in order to create your custom order.
Upon delivery, we clean the pool, sand it, repair any cracks, treat any rust on the pool walls, and drop in the liner.The pool is then filled (water trucks can speed up this process) and the faceplates reinstalled.
The process is now complete and your pool is swim-ready!