Pool Liners

We here at LinerWorld get inundated with pool liner questions daily, so we decided to put together a list of articles to help answer some of the most common. These articles and tips will help you achieve the best performance from you pool and also help to address common terms and questions associated with pool liners including gauge and pool liner thickness as well as installation tools and tips. Please feel free to Contact the Experts at LinerWorld about general pool liner questions. We're always ready to help!


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    Choosing swimming pool liners is one of the fun chores a pool owner takes on. From pebbles and fish to bubbles and waves, pool liner design options are nearly endless. However, one thing that confuses some pool owners is what type of liner to get for their above ground swimming pool; beaded or overlap? There are a few differences between these two types of pool liners, so the industry experts at LinerWorld at here to clear up any confusion you may have.
    From snow and sleet to freezing temperatures and ice, winter's harsh weather can take a toll on your swimming pool. Taking the steps to properly winterize your swimming pool is the best way to protect your pool during the offseason. Balancing your water's chemistry, cleaning out your pool, storing away filtering equipment and installing a winter cover helps prevent damages to your pool. Unfortunately, winterizing your pool doesn't guarantee that it won't be harmed. Liner leaks are never a good thing, but finding a leak during the winter is the pool owner's ultimate nightmare. The experts at LinerWorld are here to tell you how to prevent liner leaks during winter and what to do if your pool starts leaking.
    From severe weather to everyday wear and tear, your above ground swimming pool liner faces several potential dangers on a daily basis. There are several steps pool owners must take to care for their vinyl swimming pools year round, including chemical and physical pool maintenance. Unfortunately certain damages can get the best of your liner even when you take care of your pool, and then you're faced with the difficult decision of whether to replace or repair it. The experts at LinerWorld are here to help you save money and frustration by sharing when you can repair your liner and when it needs to be replaced.
    Wrinkles in swimming pool liners are fairly common, but that doesn't make them any less frustrating for pool owners to deal with. Wrinkles aren't pretty to look at and they put your swimming pool at a higher risk for damage, which can lead to costly repairs. There are several factors that can cause wrinkles, so it is important for pool owners to know how to prevent them from occurring and how to deal with them if they happen in your swimming pool.



    Vinyl swimming pool liners are a popular choice amongst swimming pool owners. There are several benefits of selecting a vinyl pool liner versus a concrete or fiber glass pool. The increased flexibility, no cracks, a smoother surface and more shapes and design options to choose from are just a few of the benefits you'll get when you choose a vinyl pool liner.

    Vinyl swimming pool liners are very popular amongst pool owners for many reasons. Learn all about the pro's of vinyl swimming pool liners from LinerWorld!

    Get great tips for how to maintain a vinyl swimming pool liner from the industry pros at LinerWorld. Contact us today for more information.
    Here are some basic guidelines for installing a beaded pool liner in an above ground swimming pool, from the pool industry experts at LinerWorld.
    Vinyl swimming pool liners are used in the majority of pools in our country.  In order to keep our swimming pools healthy and looking their best, we need to take care of these vinyl pool liners and the water that fills them up. 
    There are many techniques and products that will help protect your swimming pool liner these days. Here are two of the main pool liner protection products that are used when installing a new swimming pool liner.
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