Growing up in a house full of girls, I unofficially took on the role as my father's only son. So when the time came to fix a leaky sink or change the oil in the family car, it was me that stood by my father's side. Thanks to him and everything he taught me, I am now able to take care of myself and my children in a way that not everyone can. I have tried over the years to engage my own daughter in the same way my father engaged me, but she's currently more interested in playing with dolls than fixing potholes. After my father passed away last year, I vowed to find a way to pass on everything he taught me, this blog is my way of keeping that promise. I truly hope that you learn as much as I have over the years.
Pool liners are made from a heavy vinyl that can expand and shrink. Liners can be plain blue or patterned depending on what style you want and how much you wish to spend. These liners usually last somewhere around 10 years or more if you take good care of your pool. Maintenance should be performed on your pool such as adding the proper chemicals and vacuuming up debris, as well as keeping sharp items out of the pool and away from the liner to prevent ripping or tearing. In the event that you need to replace your liner, follow the instructions below to install a new one:
Here's What You'll Need:
Adding a new pool liner can be done yourself, but it does require some time and a lot of helping hands. If you aren't up to the task, hire a professional company to do the work for you. Check out a website like http://www.anchorpools.com for more information and assistance.