Inground Pool Liner Replacement

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For typical in-ground vinyl pool liner installations in New England, the homeowner can expect to get 8-20 years out of an average to better quality liner.  There are, of course, some occasions where liners will last much longer than 8-20 years, and sometimes they will fail sooner than that. People often ask, how do I know when it’s time to replace my liner? Here are some of the most common symptoms of a vinyl liner that needs replacing:

  • Liner has faded so badly there is no pattern left
  • Liner pops out of track and cannot be put back in due to loss of elasticity
  • Liner becomes brittle due to sun and chemical exposure
  • Liner constantly needs to be patched to prevent water loss
  • Large tears or holes in the liner


Refunds and/or Cancellations
You can cancel your maintenance or service agreement or any other service that has not been started yet at any time by calling us during normal business hours and we will refund any prepaid service and this includes consultations that have not been started.



Proper measuring of the pool’s dimensions is critical to having a wrinkle-free inground pool liner replacement that lasts as long as it should.  There are cases of less than-reputable dealers measuring a liner too small, so there are no wrinkles.  The problem with this method is that there is a tremendous amount of strain put on the material (especially in the corners), and it will usually fail within a few years. Here is a list of what’s included with a new pool liner installation:

  • Pump out pool water and remove the existing liner
  • Properly dispose of old liner
  • Take all necessary measurements to ensure a proper fit
  • Repair any minor imperfections to the pool bottom
  • Order a new liner from a quality vinyl liner manufacturer with a pattern of the homeowner’s choice
  • Install new liner using high-powered liner vacs to hold the liner in place
  • Coordinate delivery of pool water (to be paid separately by the homeowner)
  • Install new face plates and gaskets on all skimmers, return lines, main drains, and lights
  • Start the filtration system if it’s in good working order prior to our arrival
  • Clean up the job site of all tools, materials, and trash

In-ground pool liner replacement cost varies and is available upon request.