The Best Liners. The Best Service.
Do you need to replace your aboveground, semi-inground, or inground liner? We have the best selection and quality that can meet your any need. Any sized or shaped vinyl lined inground pool can be measured by a professional who will assume all responsibility on proper fit, to alleviate any concern you may have. Any semi-inground or aboveground pool can also be measured if there are any hoppers or deeper ends involved. We also have a fantastic selection of flat-bottomed pools, many of which you can take home the same day.
Stop down to speak to a pool specialist to discuss your options and find the most cost effective and proper solution for your application. We also have beautiful samples you can see in person, so you can make sure you're making a decision you'll be happy with.
Replacing a liner is a perfect way to freshen up a tired looking pool
While unexpected instances arise that make liners fail, there are ways to extend the lifespan of your liner that you can control. Many know that keeping proper chemical levels keep your water clear and healthy, what many do not know is that proper chemical maintenance can extend the lifespan of your liner as well.
If your pH or total hardness levels are too low, the vinyl will become brittle and become more prone to cracking and tearing. The acidity of the water will create a corrosive environment for the vinyl liner, o-rings, and metal components. With Brothers 3's 6-1 Test Strips, your levels for all important chemicals can be accurately read and adjusted accordingly. Vacuuming and brushing should be as gentle as possible, as overly strong scrubbing can perforate any vinyl liner, especially in the corners where the wall meets the floor.
If you ever experience any issues with your liner, a Brothers 3 Pool Specialist can guide you towards a solution and troubleshoot any questions or concerns you may have.
What to Know When Purchasing a Liner
Liners are measured by 'mil' or thousandths of an inch. Many retailers sell by gauge or wall + floor gauge, to make their liners seem thicker. The only true measurement for swimming pool liners is in mils. For example, a piece of printer paper is 10 mils. Because it is a measurement, the higher the number, the thicker the liner. A 27 mil liner is thicker than a 20 mil. If you have concrete or rusted steel walls for your inground pool, opt for a 27 mil liner for the walls. Add enhanced UV protection and chemical resistance, and you will have a great looking and performing liner for years to come.
Fit is the most important part of purchasing a liner. With a professional measurement for inground pools, this step is taken out of the equation. For many aboveground pool liner replacements, measurement is simple. A tape measure and a couple of minutes can help you size out the dimensions of your pool; for length and width measure the inside wall dimensions, not the outside or top rail dimensions. For the height of the pool, fit a tape measure under the bottom of the wall, and measure up to the top of the wall, under the top rail.
The final question is what type of liner is on your pool. If you see material on the outside of your pool, you most likely have an overlap liner. If not it is either beaded, or custom fit. For custom fit liners, wall height is an absolute must so we can order the proper liner in for you.
If you still have any questions, take photographs with your phone to bring in, and our Pool Specialists can get the right liner in your pool and have you happily swimming in no time.