Pool Liner

Your Pool Liner is one of the most important elements of your pool, in terms of both functionality and aesthetics.
Pool owners should understand that the liner of your pool is one of the most important visual elements of your swimming pool. This is true for whatever type of pool you may have. It does not matter which type of pool you may have. This is because the liner is one of the pool’s primary focal points. It is one of the first things a person sees when they come and visit your pool. This way, it is virtually impossible for anyone not to notice it.
This is also the reason why your liner’s design is actually a crucial element during the pool installation phase. Before construction begins, you want to pick a liner that not only looks good by itself. Rather, it needs to go together with your overall aesthetic and should also help in accentuating the other positive aspects of your pool’s design.

For instance, it must have a positive effect on the marble dusting in your pool finish. These two components are virtually inseparable, so you should always visualize them together. This is because both these elements comprise the entire surface of your pool. Additionally, your choice of liner should also be consistent with the desired effect on your water’s color.
If you are still unsure about which type of liner to get, then our designers would be more than happy to help. We are very proud of our customer service. We not only walk our clients through the entire process of building their own pool, we also help them choose the necessary components. Luckily, there are many options available. We have a wide array of choices available for our clients. There are so many patterns and colors to choose from so there is surely something for everybody. Regardless of your personal tastes, we are confident that you will have no trouble picking the design that suits you best.
As a side note, if you do decide to get a liner for your pool, we highly recommend that you keep it well-maintained. This is because good looking liners a keep your pool fresh and neat. It makes the entire structure seem newer, even if it has been around for a while. That is why if you ever find yourself in need of a liner replacement, then you should also come to us for the necessary pool maintenance. We would be happy to do it for you.

How Long Does it Last?

Typically, pool liners have a lifespan of up to 9 years. That is actually a really long time. It would please you to know that most of these liners have warranties lasting for as long as 25 years. However, some liners actually last a little longer.
Its longevity is actually affected by two important factors. In particular, you need to pay attention to the thickness and the fit of your liners.
Ensuring the Perfect Fit – So, before worrying about the various thickness options available to you, you need to ensure that the fits your pool perfectly. This is vital because it can give your liner a significant boost in terms of how long it can actually stay in place without being damaged. That being said
Thickness Options – There are a number of options available to you in terms of the thickness of the liner. The first one is for a 20mil wall and 20mil floor. We highly recommend that prospective pool owners get this at it provides the best combination for your average pool environment. 20/20 is the best thickness combination for complicated pool shapes and features.
On the other hand, if you live in an area that typically experiences cold weather and extended freezing time, we recommend that you make use of the second option. In particular, a 27mil wall with a 20mil floor. This is specifically designed to make your liner walls stronger, thus enabling it to take on the weight of the ice. This added strength should make your liner last longer.
Finally, there is the 27mil wall and 27mil floor combination. This should be used for pool owners living in really extreme weather conditions.

How Long Does it Last?

Your liner is one of the most important components of your swimming pool. While its primary benefit is to make your pool look good, it is also a crucial element in terms of ensuring that your pool stays in the best possible condition.