Pool Liner Replacements
At AG Budget, we also offer swimming pool liner replacements if your current pool liner has experienced damage or is no longer able to offer full protection to your pool.
The life expectancy of a pool liner depends on a number of factors, including the type of liner, the frequency of use, and the level of care and maintenance. With proper care and maintenance, most pool liners will last around 10 years.
There are a few things you can do to extend the life of your pool liner. First, be sure to clean your liner regularly. This will help prevent a build-up of dirt and grime that can cause premature wear and tear. Second, avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners on your liner as they can also cause damage. Finally, be sure to repair any holes or tears in your liner as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
You should look to get a swimming pool liner replacement if:
- There are holes in the pool liner, this will put your pool in direct contact with the sun’s UV rays as well as allow for debris or other matter to fall directly into the water.
- If your swimming pool liner starts fading, this is a sign of significant exposure to the sun and chemicals. Not only will colours and designs fade but the material is going to be less effective at protecting your pool.
- Leaks are a major issue when it comes to swimming pool liners. You might be able to repair minor leaks but, in most instances, you should start looking for a pool liner replacement.
Take a look at our range of liners below.