Pool Liner Replacement
Should you notice signs of wear or tear on your liner at the start or end of the swimming pool season, it is a good idea to replace it with a new liner to prevent any more damage.
To enjoy a summer without compromising your investment, check carefully for cracks, as these signs of wear and tear could lead to greater expenses if nothing is done!
Above Ground Pool Liner Change
To minimize the risk of leaks and structural failure, an above-ground pool liner should be replaced every 7 to 10 years.
In particular, chlorine and exposure to the sun dry out the liner and cause it to lose its elasticity. It is important to watch for wear and tear before it turns into a tear that could damage the pool's structure.
To replace the cover of your above-ground pool, you need to provide us with the following information:
- Overlap pool cover (overhanging the top wall) or beaded (attached to the top of the wall)
- Height of pool walls
- Shape and size
- Model and year
- Number of lights
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In-Ground Pool Liner Replacement
An in-ground pool liner should be changed approximately every 15 years. It is important to watch for signs of wear and tear so that you can replace the liner before it causes permanent damage to the structure of your pool.
Warning Signs That Your Pool Liner Needs to Be Replaced
At the beginning and at the end of each season, keep an eye on the condition of your pool liner. Look for signs of wear such as tears, water leaks, discolouration, hard or dry texture, etc. This wear and tear is normal and is often caused by the sun, by chemicals used to treat the pool water, and by harsh winter weather.
Changing your in-ground pool liner means that you will be enjoying your pool for much longer.