Most vinyl pool liners will last eight to 12 years if properly maintained, but it is inevitable that you’ll need pool liner replacement eventually. Even if you’re incredible responsible with the care of your swimming pools Fayetteville NC, weather and chemicals eventually cause a pool liner to deteriorate, which can lead to even more damage, including to the pool structure.
It’s better to get a swimming pool liner replaced as soon as you notice the need. But what are the warning signs? Cracks and tears in the liner are the first things to look for and, if you see several of them, your fiberglass pools Fuquay-Varina NC could be leaking too. An easy way to tell is to watch the water line for a week and if it drops more than an inch, then you likely have a leak in your swimming pool liner.
Over time, a vinyl swimming pool liner will lose some elasticity and will start to ripple, come out of the track, wrinkle and sag. Excessive fading and staining also indicate the age of the liner. Both are indicators that your liner may need replacement. Repairs are an option, but if the liner is more than three years old, it will most likely be to your benefit to go ahead and replace it.
Parrot Bay Pools sells Latham, Merlin and GLI swimming pool liners in a variety of patterns. We renovate a large variety of pools. If you’re replacing your pool liner, consider renovating or upgrading your swimming pool accessories – steps, handrails, ladders and coping too – it’s a good time to do it all. Of course, our services go beyond pool renovation; we can help you remodel your backyard into what you’ve always dreamed it would be too! Come by our showroom to see the liner patterns we have available and we will gladly discuss your options.