The majority of vinyl pool owners know that they need to replace a vinyl pool liner every 5 to 10 years. However, the lifespan of a vinyl liner relies on your maintenance and cleaning procedures. As a matter of fact, you can replace a liner after ten years.
Wear and tear of the vinyl liner is due to pool chemicals and sunlight exposure. So, if you use the right pool covers and chemicals, your liner will last for an extended period.But it is good to check the condition of your liner from time to time.
Once you notice any abnormalities, you can replace the vinyl liner. Otherwise, you can cause further damage to your pool. The cost to replace a vinyl pool liner varies based on the pool service company and cause of the wear and tear. This article discusses the average cost of replacing a vinyl liner based on the problem’s cause.
When a vinyl liner gets continuously exposed to the sun, it gets damaged. Thus you might have to replace the vinyl pool liner. The costs are approximately $4 per square foot. Furthermore, protect the liner from sunlight to avoid frequent replacement costs.
Sometimes, vinyl liners leak, and you incur massive costs in fixing this problem. However, the prices depend on the extent of the leak. You may end up paying over $2,000 to replace the liner and fix this problem.
If your liner gets ripped by a sharp object and develops holes or tears, contact a pool service technician to fix it. You may end up paying about $100 or more. In fact, the price can go up to $500. It all depends on the extent of the tear and the source of the problem. If you want to fix the issue yourself, you’ll have to purchase a patch kit of $20 or $30.
Occasionally, when there were issues during the installation of the pool, your liner develops wrinkles. Harsh climatic conditions also cause wrinkling of the liner. Usually, a pool service technician will charge you approximately $200 to fix the issue. But the price varies depending on the source of the problem.
The vinyl liner contains beads to secure their position. At times, the beads start falling. You can buy a new set for about $150 to $300 and replace it with the old one.
As seen from this article, pool owners should replace a vinyl pool liner immediately they notice any unusual signs. The cost to replace a vinyl liner depends on the source of the problem. Ultimately, it would be best if you hired a reliable contractor.
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