The average useful life span of a vinyl pool liner is 8-12 years (10 years seems to be the "magic number"). Despite your best efforts at pool care, modern pool vinyl at this age starts to become brittle and is more easily punctured or cracked. The effects of UV rays take their toll on the liner above the water line, particularly in the sunniest corner of the pool, and the pattern begins to fade from chemical and sunlight exposure. By this time, there may be other damage from puncture, abrasion, flotation or wrinkling. If you are beginning to notice the signs of age or you are getting into the 10 year age range of your liner, it is a good time to speak with Blue Waters Inc. about the inevitable liner replacement for your pool.
Selecting a responsible company like Blue Waters for your liner replacement is a wise move. After all, you are buying something that, if properly installed and cared for, should last for the next 8-12 years. The old adage, "you get what you pay for" holds especially true for in-ground vinyl liner replacement. Every pool is different and we look at each pool as if it were in our own backyard in term of what needs to be done. We have the experience and take the time to provide you a detail oriented installation and proper fit to be sure you stand the best chance of getting the full life span out of your new pool liner.