How much does a replacement vinyl liner cost?  This is the question I am asked most often by my customers.  Like most customizable products there are several factors effecting the cost of your new vinyl liner.  I will cover these factors as well as the associated effect these factors have on the cost of your

When it comes time to replace your swimming pool liner you can use this list of simple rules and tips to prevent yourself from getting scammed. Pool liner quotes should always be free.  Never use a company that charges a fee for telling you their price. Pool liner prices can be miles apart. This is

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Swimming Pool Ground Water Remediation Techniques One of the most destructive things that can happen to an in-ground vinyl swimming pool is damage caused by ground water.  In Atlanta this winter (2015) we have had so much rain that pool owners from across the state have been calling us for assistance in remediating ground water

How to Find The Best Pool Liner in 2016

Thursday, 05 November 2015 by

The following 3 rules will help you to choose the best pool liner to replace your old pool liner in 2016 regardless of where you live. Thickness Matters. But Not As Much As Vinyl Quality Pool liners come in thick and thin versions.  Thick versions of pool liners are 27 or 30 mil thick.  Thin versions

The number one reason that pool liners age and eventually fail is liner fading.  This is because vinyl pool liner color fading is a visual confirmation that the vinyl material used to make the liner has started to break down chemically.  So when you ask “How to Make my Pool Liner Last Longer?” you are actually

The title for “The Best Pool Liner Installers on Earth” goes to Lazy Day Pools out of Atlanta, Georgia.  While the average pool company in America installs about 4 pool liners each year Lazy Day Pools installs about 6 liners per day during the peak pool liner season of April, May, and June. Lazy Day

How Long Should a Vinyl Pool Liner Last?

Thursday, 09 January 2014 by

How long should a vinyl pool liner last? The quick answer is 10 to 15 years. However, some liners will last as little as 3 years and others will last as long as 20 years. There are many factors associated with pool liner longevity. I will cover five of these factors in the remainder of

How to Prevent Pool Liner Fading

Saturday, 28 December 2013 by

Swimming pool liners will fade due to two main causes. UV Rays from the sun Chlorine Bleaching Conventional wisdom says that UV rays cause about 50% of the fading and chlorine bleaching causes about 50% of the fading in pool liners.  However, a five year study conducted by Lazy Day Pools between 2006 and 2011