Inground Pool Liner Replacement
Is it Time to Replace Your Liner?
Inground pool liners can be a challenge to repair, let alone replace. Proper maintenance can help extend and prolong the life of your liner, but some damage is simply too great. When you start noticing leaks, tears, or other signs of disrepair, it might be time to replace your inground pool’s liner with help from the experts. For all your pool liner needs, look no further than HB Pools.
We take pride in our workmanship and guarantee your finished product will serve you for years to come.
All our Latham-crafted liners are backed by their 25-year warranty, offering the highest-quality product that stands the test of time.
Your Inground Pool Liner Experts
We specialize in professional inground liner replacements, and over the past 6 years, we’ve replaced over 400 inground pool liners. Over that time, we’ve seen and repaired it all, from liners over steel steps to intricate special pool features and everything in between.
We’re with you every step of the way to quickly and efficiently inspect, identify, and address pool liner damage to help you make the most of the season. When weather gets colder, you can count on us to take the necessary steps to protect your pool and liner from the harsh winter elements.
Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore
Not sure if your liner needs replacing? There are a few common signs to watch for:
- Cracking and Tearing: These common signs of damage accumulate over time on vinyl liners, a by-product of UV exposure from the sun and normal wear and tear from pool chemicals. They can also contribute to leaks and other damage.
- Wrinkles and Stretching: If you start noticing odd wrinkles in your once-smooth liner, it’s likely time for a replacement. Watch for liner beads, slips out of the track, and sagging or loose fittings around your jets and skimmer.
- Stains and Discolouration: The sun’s rays and your pool chemicals also gradually affect the colour of your liner. This is generally a cosmetic issue, but you should keep an eye out for rust and algae buildups, which are very difficult to remove on your own.
- Leaks: Finally, leaks are the number one problem caused by worn or damaged liners. Leaks aren’t just a waste of water. Over time, leaking water can corrode pool walls and create sinkhole conditions, posing an even more serious risk to your home and property.
If you notice any of these common issues, but aren’t sure how to proceed, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll help you repair and replace your inground pool liner!