Construction on this new pool began in December of 2014. Building pools over winter months tend to have delays due to the weather. But, now that’s it’s springtime, we were able to complete this lovely new addition to a new home with plenty of time to spare for optimal enjoyment.
The vermiculite has been laid and is ready for the new liner.
This pool features a 4 foot wide poured concrete deck that hugs the pool and provides stability to the sides. The liner is a 30 mil liner that is expected to last for 15 years with proper maintenance.
The pool liner has been installed and the pool is ready to be filled. Don’t forget to let your local water authority know that you’ll be filling your pool. You can save on the cost that way.
This pool was installed by Master Pool Service, Inc. in March of 2015.
The average lifespan of a liner is typically 7 to 8 years. Many things can either shorten or extend the life your liner.
As liners age, they become less flexible and more susceptible to cracks and tears. Improperly balanced water speeds this process up considerably. Properly balanced water can keep your liner soft and extend its life up to 15 years.
We will not recommend a liner replacement unless it is necessary. We are experts at patching small holes and tears, both above the water line and below.
Let us take a look before you take the plunge on a new liner. Request a free estimate and we’ll come out and take a look.
If a new pool liner is needed, the liner will be professionally measured to ensure a perfect fit, with no wrinkles or stretching. Our new liners include new faceplates on all of the returns and skimmers. It also includes new wall foam, and minor floor repairs.