Top 6 Things to Consider When Replacing Your Pool Linerpoolandspadepot
Top 6 Things to Consider When Replacing Your Pool Liner
WHAT IS THE CURRENT AGE OF YOUR POOL LINER?
The life expectancy of any inground pool liner is generally between 10 – 15 Years. On average, people will commonly replace their liner within 7 – 10 Years.
IS YOUR LINER FADED OR JUST OUTDATED ?
Have you noticed that your current liner does not look as dazzling as it did or has faded dramatically over time? Or worse is the pool liner pattern that is in your pool look like it is still stuck in the 80’s? Although there may still be usable life in your liner, it might just be time for a makeover.
IS YOUR LINER CURRENTLY PULLING AWAY FROM THE COPING ?
This is a common issue with older liners. If your liner is pulling out the coping time and time again, it is not your fault. The age of the liner may be the cause of the continuous problem.
HAVE YOU PATCHED YOUR LINER OVER THE YEARS ?
You may have used a patch kit as a quick and simple solution to a small hole in your liner. Over time the patches may not hold up, and you may realize you’re adding more patches to the same areas. It may be more time and cost effective long term to consider getting a new liner.
ARE YOU LOSING WATER IN YOUR INGROUND POOL ?
If so, the liner could be one of the factors contributing to your water loss. Replacing a worn out liner is one way of ruling out this from the water loss equation.
HOW LONG DOES A POOL LINER LAST IN A POOL ?
The typical lifespan of a vinyl liner is anywhere from 10-15 years. Where your liner falls in that range crucially depends upon proper maintenance of your pool’s chemistry.