Can a pool liner last 15 years?
A typical vinyl liner lasts between 10 and 15 years, though there are many factors that can affect its lifespan. Living in an area susceptible to ground water problems can reduce your liner’s life, as can not keeping the water in your pool balanced.
What is the average cost to replace a vinyl pool liner?
How Much Does It Cost to Repair or Replace a Vinyl Pool Liner? It can cost as little as $30 to patch a small rip or tear yourself, and as much as $4,000 to completely replace a vinyl liner. An in-ground pool liner typically costs between $700 and $1,500 for materials, plus installation costs of $1,000 to $2,500.
Can you put a new pool liner over an old one?
Can you put a new vinyl pool liner over an old one? We do not recommend that you leave your old pool liner in your above ground swimming pool when replacing the liner. It may seem like an extra layer of protection, but in reality, it will create more problems for you.
Can I install a pool liner yourself?
Replace your own inground pool liner, and save thousands of dollars over local installers! Installing your own inground pool liner is easy, when you take it step by step.
When should I replace my inground pool liner?
Pool liners, though durable, need to be replaced every 13 – 15 years, depending on wear and weather conditions. Replacing pool liners keeps your pool looking fresh and new and helps to prevent costly repairs.
What gauge pool liner is best?
Tara liners one of the leading pool liner manufacturers in the world recommends only 20 mil. They actually state on their website “Although, 27, 30 even 40mil liners are available, we do not recommend using anything thicker than 20mil. A thicker liner may not conform to the shape as well.
Do I have to drain my pool to replace the liner?
What should I do with the pool’s water while the liner is being replaced? Your pool should be drained by your liner installation contractor. Follow your city’s rules (you may not be allowed to pump it into the street, for example) and be careful not to flood your neighbors’ yards.
Do you have to drain a pool to change the liner?
Short Answer: Not unless you are replacing your liner shortly after. One of the most important things any owner of a vinyl liner pool needs to know is you should NEVER drain the water from your vinyl liner swimming pool. The water in the pool helps hold the liner into place.
How long does pool liner installation take?
The actual installation of a vinyl liner pool is pretty quick. It takes just a week or two from the day of the excavation until there’s water in your pool.
How long does it take to install a new liner?
The process of replacing a pool liner generally takes at least 2-3 weeks. Replacing your liner in the fall or spring means that you can still enjoy a full, uninterrupted swim season.