Block & Liner Pool Kits


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One of the cheapest methods of building a traditional pool, many people can build a liner pools themselves. Liner pools are more forgiving than solid concrete pools because ground movements are unlikely to cause leaks, so less skill is needed in their construction - this can also make them cheaper to build as skilled trades people are not necessarily required in their construction. The pool walls are usually constructed from a single layer of high density solid concrete blocks, and inside is rendered smooth with sand and cement. The pool floor is recommended to be a 2in screed laid straight onto earth and a vinyl liner fits inside to retain the water. This structure should last at least 10 years. Vinyl liners are smooth underfoot and easy to keep clean. Replacement is relatively inexpensive and should make your pool look like new again, with the bonus of a new colour scheme if you like. Although rectangular shaped pools are the most popular, any size or shape can be constructed because every liner is individually fabricated to match the final shell dimensions exactly. Please see our Liner Measurement Form for measuring your pool liner.

Pool kits include everything you need to build your pool, except basic building materials like cement, sand and concrete blocks (available from local builders' merchants).  Our kits will not tie you down to a pre-defined pool size, and you can usually have any reasonable proportions and depths you like within each size range, at no extra charge. There is also the option of delaying manufacture of your liner or changing plans to fit in with your schedule. In fact, we recommend you only send for your liner after measuring finished screeded dimensions, just in case anything has changed. It doesn't matter if you are a few inches out, or even if the pool is crooked. We will make a bespoke liner to fit your pool measurements whenever you are ready.

The table below only gives suggestions for pool sizes. Examples given include the popular deep end "hopper" or you may prefer a constant depth, typically around 4ft. The shallow end is typically 3ft 4in, or you can make it deeper to your choice.

Pool dimensions 20ft x 10ft (6.10m x 3.05m) 24ft x 12ft (7.32m x 3.66m) 28ft x 14ft (8.53m x 4.27m) 30ft x 15ft (9.14m x 4.57m) 32ft x 16ft (9.75m x 4.88m) 36ft x 18ft (10.97m x 5.49m) 40ft x 20ft (12.19m x 6.10m)
Deep end depth (if required) 5ft or 6ft (1.52m or 1.83m) 5ft 3" or 6ft (1.60m or 1.83m) 6ft or 7ft (1.83m or 2.13m) 6ft or 7ft (1.83m or 2.13m) 6ft 9" or 8ft (2.06m or 2.44m) 7ft 6" or 8ft (2.29m or 2.44m) 7ft 6" or 8ft 6" (2.29m or 2.59m) 
Shallow end depth (if required) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m) 3ft 4" (1.02m)
Constant depth throughout (if required) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m) 4ft (1.22m)
Price £1,987 £2,099 £2,426 £2,569 £2,753 £3,141 £3,386

Our luxury pool kits include:

  • Extra pipe & fittings
  • Heavy duty pump
  • Vacuum-point for easy pool cleaning
  • Individual valves on three separate suction lines (for skimmer, main drain, and the vacuum point) so that each can be controlled independently
  • Fittings for under-pool ground drainage (as required)
  • Custom tailored vinyl liner to fit your pool size
  • Pool maintenance kit 
Pool dimensions 20ft x 10ft (6.10m x 3.05m) 24ft x 12ft (7.32m x 3.66m) 28ft x 14ft (8.53m x 4.27m) 30ft x 15ft (9.14m x 4.57m) 32ft x 16ft (9.75m x 4.88m) 36ft x 18ft (10.97m x 5.49m) 40ft x 20ft (12.19m x 6.10m)
Luxury kit £1,987 £2,099 £2,426 £2,569 £2,753 £3,141 £3,386

We are happy to help with any aspect of your pool project - for more information, technical advice, or a competitive quote, please call us on 0208 941 6618 or email us





*All prices are inclusive of VAT

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