Swimming Pool Liners

Swimming Pool Liners

Replacement Vinyl Pool Liner for In Ground and Above Ground Pools

Swimming pool replacement liners are one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to give your pool a makeover. Swimming pool liners can provide a new element of style to your pool for lots of family fun. We have many different styles of vinyl pool liner for your above ground pool or in-ground pool.

Our Vinyl Pool Liners are protected against chemical degradation and UV fading. They feature the best cold / crack resistance in the swimming pool liner industry. Computer designed and cut for a perfect fit each and every time. Strong, double-welded seams will withstand heavy use and the worst that any winter can dish out.

Vinyl pool liners come in different configurations or types, It is important to know your liner type.

Beaded Liners

Most all in-ground pool liners are this type. Many above ground pools too. The liner has a bead or barb near the top of the wall of the liner liner that is inserted into a track (bead receiver) that is installed on the top of the wall of the pool and "clicks" into the receiver to be held in place. It is the easiest liner to install. Liner patterns of beaded liners usually show some type of border at the top of the wall with a different pattern for the bottom part of the wall and floor. On above ground pools this type of liner requires bead receivers to be hung on the entire top of the wall that ups its initial costs.

J-Hook or J-Bead Liner

This type is also typical type of liner for an above ground pool. The liner at the top portion of the wall of a liner has a hardened upside down "J" looking curved piece that is designed to hang on the top of the pool wall. This is similar to a beaded liner with pattern styles but not as easy as a beaded liner installation as it requires the top rails of the pool to be removed to install as a beaded liner would not necessarily need this step. This type gives you the wide variety of wall patterns found with beaded and is usually a bit cheaper on AG pools because it does not require bead recievers to be installed. This type is an easy conversion from an overlap pool liner.

Unibead Vinyl Pool Liners

Newest type of liner. As manufacturing processes getting better and cheaper, .this was the next step for liner manufacturers. They make the top part of the wall portion of the liner with a beaded and just above that put an upside down J-Hook. You can install this just like a J-Hook/J-Bead liner, or you can peel off the J-Hook Portion of the liner and it easily converts to a true Beaded liner. The Unibead provides all the benefits of protective liner and the freedom to use patterns usually found only on beaded liners.

Overlap Liners

This style is the most common of above ground pools as it is usually the most economical liner type. The liner comes up the wall and laps over the pool wall. Use of pinch clamps or clothes pins are used to hold it in place for adjusting the liner when installing. Once all the wrinkles are out, it is held in place with coping strips and then the top rails are installed. Due to the nature of this type of installation process, the wall patterns of are usually a solid color or a consistent pattern and normally do not sport a top wall border as this could cause uneveness of the border pattern.

Vinyl Pool Liner Articles

IMPORTANT: All vinyl pool liners have a shelf life. We highly recommend that you install your liner within 90 days of when it was purchased. Waiting longer than 120 days, the liner can and will shrink both in length, width, and in thickness and this can void the manufacturers warranty. A liner can be installed on a sunny windless day when the air temperature is at least 70 degrees or more, but it is better to install at 80 or more degrees. Stretch out the liner and let it sit in the sun for at least an hour before attempting to be installed to allow the liner to be easier to stretch. Liners are made a few inches shorter so they can be stretched a bit to their final size to help eliminate wrinkles and folds.

Now choose below which type of swimming pool you have below to see what vinyl pool liner patterns and styles we currently offer.

Last Updated: 02/16/2024 12:03 PM - ID:1138