Vinyl Pool Liner Replacement For High Point, NC

Vinyl Swimming Pool Liner Replacement and Services

A vinyl liner for your pool in High Point, NC may last, on average, anywhere between 7 to 15 years. But at some point, that clock runs out and your pool will start to leak, wrinkle, or experience discoloration. These liner issues will typically cause a swimming pool owner to start freaking out.

Don’t worry just call Backyard Pools & Construction located in Jamestown, NC 27282. Backyard Pools & Construction has been repairing vinyl liners in the High Point, Guilford county regions for over 14 years. My name is Chris McNaught (owner) we are quick, friendly, professional and ready to pick up the phone so give us a call (336) 209-3777.

Signs That a Vinyl Swimming Pool Liner Needs to be Replaced

Cracks and Deterioration

Vinyl liners deteriorate over time due to harsh ultraviolet rays and pool chemicals. Inspect your pool for signs of damage, such as cracking. If you see cracking or tears in several places, your pool is likely leaking water as well. These leaks may be through tiny holes in the cracks that can’t even be seen by the naked eye. Monitor the water level for at least a week. If the water line drops more than an inch, you probably have at least one leak somewhere in the liner. If the liner is cracked in numerous places, odds are your leaks are occurring in these areas, which are too numerous to patch.

Fading or Stains

While a pool liner will fade from exposure to chemicals and sunlight, significant algae or rust stains cannot be removed. Significant or severe fading is also a sign of deterioration. While most modern vinyl pool liners resist fading and deterioration, they are not impervious to it. As the vinyl fades, the plasticizers deteriorate as well, which causes the liner to become brittle. Once it becomes brittle, tears and cracks will follow.

Wrinkles, Slippage and Stretching

If you have several areas where the liner bead, or the top edge of the liner, is slipping out of the track, and you can’t slip it back into place, the liner may be stretching. Over time, vinyl liners loose some of their elasticity. When this happens, it becomes difficult to keep the liner bead in its track. Without the support of the track, your liner may sag, which causes water to drain from the pool and leads to wrinkles in the vinyl. Loose fittings around the skimmer and the pump are also signs of deterioration. As the vinyl ages, the fittings can become loose, which causes distortions. Stretched liners cannot be repaired, so they should be replaced.

Water Loss

While modern vinyl pool liners resist tears and punctures, it can happen, particularly as the liner loses its resiliency with age. If you can find the leak, you may be able to patch it with a wet patch kit. If you can’t find the leak and don’t replace the liner, however, your pool will continue to leak water, which can wash out the supporting backfill behind the walls. Leaking water can also lead to corrosion of the pool walls and wash away sand beneath the pool, which creates sink holes.

Replacement Vs. Repair

Sometimes damage to a pool liner can be repaired, but the decision depends on a couple of factors. If your pool liner is less than three years old, it may be worth trying to repair the damage instead of replacing the liner, but first consider where the pool liner is damaged because some areas have better odds of successful repair than others. For example, if you have leaks or damage near cutouts, such as around a skimmer or return jet, these are not usually repairable. Damage close to the liner’s bead or any plastic fittings are also difficult to repair. If the damage is in these areas, it’s usually better to replace the liner because a lasting repair is unlikely.

Invest in a Backyard Pool 

Our pool service expert will visit your home and work with you to come up with the best and most economical way to repair or replace your vinyl liner. Depending on the age, aesthetic appeal, and extent of damage, we may be able to patch your vinyl liner to prevent any further leaking and damage to the walls and foundation of your pool.

We have a number of new patterns to choose from, should the pool need a complete replacement. Be sure to browse through our large selection of today’s best patterns to choose the one that will give your vinyl liner pool the updated look it needs. Protect your poolscape and contact us today to arrange for one of our vinyl liner repair technicians to inspect your pool today!

Call or email today for a quote.

Most of the time we can give you an estimate right over the phone.

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