Block and Liner Pool Kits

Top Quality Luxury Kits & Equipment at Incredible Prices

Please call us on 0208 941 6618 or email us for more information or advice.

Building a liner pool is one of the cheaper methods of building a traditional pool. Liner pools can be more durable than solid concrete pools because ground movements are unlikely to cause leaks, so less skill is needed in their construction, making them cheaper to build.

The pool walls are typically constructed from a single layer of high-density solid concrete blocks, the inside is rendered smooth with sand and cement. The pool floor is recommended to be a 2-inch screed laid straight onto the earth and a vinyl liner fits inside to retain the water.

Vinyl liners are smooth underfoot and easy to keep clean, there is a choice of colours and patterns available. Replacement is relatively inexpensive and can make your pool look new again, with the bonus of a new colour scheme if desired.

Although rectangular shaped pools are the most popular, any size or shape can be constructed because every liner is individually fabricated according to the final pool dimensions.

Please see our Liner Measurement Form for measuring your pool liner.

Benefits of our Block & Liner Pool Kits

Our block and liner pool kits include everything you need to build your pool, except basic building materials such as cement, sand and concrete blocks (available from local builders merchants).

Our kits will not tie you down to pre-defined pool size, and you can usually have any reasonable proportions and depths you like within each size range, at little or no extra charge.  We recommend that you order your liner after measuring the finished screeded dimensions so that it is a good fit.

We will make a bespoke liner to fit your pool measurements whenever you are ready.

The table below gives standard pool sizes. Examples given are a deep end “hopper” or a constant depth pool, typically around 4ft.

Pool dimensions20ft 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£2,635£2,895£3,325£3,475£3,675 £4,550 £4,885


Our luxury block and liner kits include:

Pipe and Fittings2 x pipe cement, 5 x Ts, 10 x plain glue sockets, 2 x socket unions, 10 x nipples, 20 x 90 degree elbows, 10 x 45 degree elbows, 3 x ball valves, 1.5″ ABS pipe (45m for all pool kit sizes except for the 36ft x 18ft and 40ft x 20ft kits which include 60m)

Please note that the above amounts are estimated on the standard pool sizes. The exact length of pipe/number of items required depends on your pool size and layout. It also depends on the distance from the pool to your plant room and plant room layout. Extra items can be ordered at any time during the pool build.

Certikin Wall Fittings – 1 x Skimmer & wide-angle extension (20ft to 32ft pool kits), 2 x Skimmers & wide-angle extensions (36ft and 40ft pool kits), 2 x Safety main drains OR 2 x Low suction wall inlets (or 1 of each to suit requirements),1 x Vac point, 2 x eyeball inlets

30 Thou (0.75mm) Plain Liner – Our kit prices include a ‘hopper’ or a constant depth liner manufactured from 0.75mm thickness plain blue material. There is an option to upgrade to a tile band or patterned liner, you can choose from a large number of patterns available (the only extra charge is the difference between your chosen liner and the plain liner price applicable at the time of purchase).

Liners are hand made to your final pool measurements (you can have any reasonable proportions and depths within each size range at little or no extra charge). We advise that you delay ordering your pool liner until the pool shell is finished and you have accurately measured the finished screeded dimensions.

There is usually little to no extra charge for this as long as the pool dimensions are not significantly different to the size of the pool kit ordered (if in doubt, please ask us for advice).

Please see our Pool Liners section for more information and our Liner Measurement Form for measuring your pool liner.

Liner-lock – Included in your kit is top mount liner-lock fixing which is a semi-flexible plastic strip that your liner bead will secure into.  We can supply 90 degree or radius corners as required.

Pump and Filter – Our kits include a good quality top mount sand filter with multiport valve, pressure guage and filter media: 20ft x 10ft, 24ft x 12ft, 28ft x 14ft, 30ft x 15ft pool kits include a 20″ filter, 32ft x 16ft, 36ft x 18ft and 40ft x 20ft pool kits include a 24″ filter.

And a good quality circulation pump:

20ft x 10ft, 24ft x 12ft, 28ft x 14ft, 30ft x 15ft pool kits include a 0.75 hp pump, 32ft x 16ft pool kits include a 1 hp pump and 36ft x 18ft, 40ft x 20ft pool kits include a 1.5 hp pump

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Please note with our luxury kits you can upgrade your pump and filter at very little cost if you wish. You only really need to consider upgrading to a bigger pump for the following reasons:

1. Your pool pipe runs are unusually high or long.

2. A greater lift is required (e.g. for solar heating on a roof).

3. A heavier bathing load is expected than in normal domestic pools.

Note: Some automatic cleaners may also require pumps with a minimum flowrate, please call for advice. Choosing a more powerful pump and larger filter will not usually do any harm, it will simply cost more to run.

If you do choose a higher horsepower pump, it is important to upgrade to a larger filter to cope with the extra water flow rate & pressure. Please call or email us for more information or advice.

Pool pumps are water lubricated, therefore you should never run them without water in the strainer pot. Pumps must also be fitted by a qualified electrician – please do not attempt to fit one yourself. 

In the winter you should drain your filtration to prevent frost damage as this type of damage is not warranted.


Maintenance Kit – Our kits include a vacuum head, telescopic pole, net, brush, hose, floating chlorine tablet dispenser and thermometer

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.

If you are interested in finding out more about the range of pools we offer, why not call us today on 0208 941 6618?

Our team would be delighted to help you with any questions or queries you might have, and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can.