Erie Accent Pools & Spas is a trusted name in Windsor – Essex County for inground pool liner replacement services.
Our company has over 25 years of experience replacing inground pool liners for our customers. Every inground pool liner that needs to be replaced is made custom to fit the size and shape of pool. We are happy to offer our customers a variety of liner patterns to choose from for their inground pool liner replacement.
Our customers generally choose to have their pool liners replaced in the spring and fall seasons so that they can get the most out of the summer pool season. However, we are always available for inground pool liner replacements during the summer months as well.
Inground Pool Liner Replacement Process
Our inground pool liner replacement process begins with removing the damaged or old pool liner. With every inground pool liner replacement we do, our team will thoroughly inspect all areas of the pool to check for any damage hidden behind or beneath the liner. We will make any necessary repairs while the liner is removed.
Once all needed repairs are complete, our team will expertly install the new pool liner and ensure a proper custom fit. Once the pool liner is fully installed, we will start filling the pool with water and deliver the required pool chemicals to make it ready for use.
Common Reasons for Inground Pool Liner Replacements
There are a lot of factors that can determine how long an inground pool liner lasts. On average, inground pool liners last about 10 to 15 years. They are more likely to last longer with proper use and care.
It has been our experience that inground pool liner replacements are needed for many reasons. Some of the most common reasons that our customers request a new pool liner in Windsor – Essex County are:
- Appearance: fading of the pool liner from UV Sunlight and staining from bacteria or algae
- Unbalanced pool water chemistry that causes a dry or brittle liner
- Ground water issues that can result in water beneath the liner, wrinkling of the liner or a floating liner
- Damage to the liner from cracks, tears, and holes
- Slipping and stretching of the liner causing the liner to lose its elasticity and plasticity over time