Hot summer days are finally here.
The hot summer days are finally here. You’d like to jump in a nice cold pool of water. You’re excited to rip off the pool cover and notice a problem. The lining of your pool has deteriorated. It’s no good anymore. It needs to be replaced. The experts at S&R Pools in Columbus, NJ can help you with that!
What Is a Pool Liner?
A pool liner is the vinyl lining against the floor and walls of your pool. It keeps the water in your pool and makes the pool appealing as it can come in different colors and patterns. Pool liners can last several years. According to S&R Pools, the pool liners can last five to nine years. That’s quite a long time and is a good investment to get it replaced once it does go bad. You can be worry-free and have fun for years on end.
Signs of a Bad Pool Liner
There are several signs indicating a damaged pool liner. Here are some of them:
- Fading — While the fading colors of your liner isn’t a problem it may indicate that a replacement is needed soon.
- Wrinkling — Even pool liners age over time and the wrinkles may cause leaking
- Cracking— The chemicals in the water and rays from the sun may degrade the liner over time.
- Leaking — The most obvious sign of a bad liner is if there is water leaking into the ground. You can’t easily tell this but if the water level decreases by an inch or more in less than a week or two then you have a leak.
How Do I Get a Pool Liner Replacement?
You can get a free estimate from S&R Pools, who have been in the pool industry since 2009. That’s 12 years of experience in all kinds of pool jobs and pool types. Your pool is in good hands and they’ll guide you on what’s best for your individual pool. S&R Pools will work with you to get the liner replaced as soon as possible so that you can get back to what matters the most: having fun in the pool!
Pool Liner Life Extension
After you get your pool liner replaced, you’re going to want to keep it in top shape. That way it’ll last longer and you can delay the cost of another pool liner replacement. Here are a few tips on how to maintain your pool liner:
- Pool Cover — A pool cover protects the pool from letting anything get inside. That may be leaves, branches, or other debris
- Balanced pH Levels — Checking on the pool’s equipment like the water pump, heater, etc will make sure that the water is at the proper pH level
- Signals — Check for the signs that were mentioned previously. As soon as you see these contact a professional like S&R Pools.
Schedule Pool Liner Replacement
Replacing your pool’s liner doesn’t have to be difficult. S&R Pools makes it easy for our customers and takes away the headaches of figuring it out yourself with the expertise we have built for 12 years. Visit our website for more info on pool liner replacement and for a free estimate!
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