Having an outdoor pool is great for summer parties and get-togethers, but pools do require a certain degree of maintenance. The pool chemicals you use may help to keep the water clean, but they may also wear away at your pool liner. Over time, you may need to consider a pool liner replacement if yours starts to wear out.
Signs You Need a Pool Liner Replacement
There are many different kinds of liners you may choose for your Kansas pool, but vinyl pool liners are usually the best option. In most cases, a vinyl pool liner will last 10 to 12 years with proper maintenance. Over time, however, problems could develop that would necessitate a pool liner replacement. If your pool liner shows any of the following signs, consider replacing it:
Cracks or Tears – Pool chemicals and sun exposure can lead to deterioration in your pool liner, causing cracks or tears. In some cases, they may be too small to see and can only be diagnosed by declining water levels.
Stains and Fading – Exposure to sunlight, chemicals, rust, or algae can cause your pool liner to stain or fade. Fading not only can affect the appearance of your liner, but it can also cause it to become brittle and crack.
Slipping or Stretching – Vinyl pool liners are installed along a track, and, if they start to slip out of the track, they may start to sag. This, in turn, can lead to water loss.
Water Loss – If you are losing water from your pool, it may be due to a tear or puncture in the lining. You might be able to patch a small leak, but the problem will get worse unless you replace the pool liner.
When it comes to pool liner replacement, Kansas homeowners trust no one more than Premier Pools and Spas of KC. Simply give us a call, and one of our friendly and knowledgeable representatives will be happy to answer your questions and schedule you for a free assessment. What are you waiting for? Call today!