National Average: $1,989
Typical: $898 - $3,083
High End: $4,350
When should you consider replacing a vinyl pool liner?Pool liners last between 18 and 20 years. There are various causes to degrading vinyl liner. Check these signs beforehand to mitigate water loss or other damage.
- Liner's Age: Liners loose elacticity as time marches on. The sun and weather, along with the chemicals, wear it down. Pieces of it may fall off above the water line. These need to be replaced by one of our professionals.
- Incorrect chemicals: If the water is unbalanced, it can eat away at the pool liner more quickly. Be sure you are using vinyl-safe chemicals.
- Installation: Vinyl pool liners are covers and not structural members of your pool. If a liner is installed improperly, they could lead to a void in the warranty because it damages the liner bead or rips.
- Tears and cuts by objects: Since vinyl liners are soft, they can easily be cut. It's not easy to patch one of these after such an accident, so it's easier to replace than try and patch badly.
By Pool Size (Installation Cost)The size of the pool is the most siginicant determining factor of installation cost. From the chart below, you can get a rough estimate for your installation cost.
|Pool Type||Size||Average Cost|
|above ground||18 ft diameter (round)||$600|
|above ground||10x20 ft||$800|
This is a general guide and not an exact estimation. Give us a call or contact us for an accurate quote.