Is it time to replace my liner?

With maintaining good pool water chemistry and regular pool maintenance and care, an inground pool vinyl liner can last well over 10 years. These are some signs that it may be time to replace your liner.

Fading and Discolouration

One of the signs your pool liner may need replacing is that it has lost its colour and fading of the pattern. With exposure to sunlight, chemicals and bacteria your liner can fade and discolour. Fading can suggest it may also have become thinner with age, making it more prone to tears or leaks.

Water Loss

A sudden decrease in water level may indicate a leak in your pool liner or water escaping behind the liner. Small leaks can be patched if the liner is not too thin or brittle. Extensive tears or multiple leaks may require a full replacement. If you are losing water contact us for information on our leak detection and repair service.

Wrinkles and Sagging

As a pool liner ages, it may start to develop wrinkles or stretch and sag out of its normal shape. Wrinkles can trap debris and algae, making it difficult to clean and maintain proper water hygiene. Sagging and stretched liners may no longer fit snugly and risk tearing or displacement.

Water Chemistry

If you are experiencing consistent water clarity and chemical imbalance issues it could be a sign of a deteriorating liner. The liner could be releasing particles into the water.

If you think it may be time to replace your pool liner contact us to setup an appointment.