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There is a lot of misleading information on the internet about In-ground vinyl liner swimming pools. Most information that you will find online is overly exaggerated, we will address these accusations one by one:
- Liners must be replaced every 5 years and cost $10,000.00 to replace. FALSE The average life of a vinyl liner is 10 to 15 years with many lasting even longer with proper care. While it is true that they may need to be replaced sooner due to improper water chemistry it is not likely. The cost of replacing the liner with labor and material usually starts at $3,000.00 and goes up depending on size, features, and thickness.
- Liners rip and tear very easily. FALSE While it is true that you can tear and rip a liner, it is very unlikely that this will happen through the course of everyday use. If you do happen to have a small hole, they are very easy and inexpensive to repair.
- Maintenance cost for 10 years is over $11,000.00. FALSE Chemical usage and electricity usage is no more than any other pool. Depending on the type of sanitizer used and the circulation equipment installed, they are just as easy to take care of as any other pool.
- Vinyl liner pools look cheap. FALSE Many things have changed over the years in the industry. A vinyl liner can still be built with the basic white coping and white step, which does give the appearance of a less expensive pool. Although it can also be built with steps and benches in the pool with the liner being custom made to fit right over them, this gives the same look as a fiberglass or concrete pool. There are also many different decking options available such as broomed concrete, stained concrete, cantilever concrete coping and stamped concrete.
- Vinyl liner pools are only available in rectangular shapes. FALSE While the majority of vinyl liner pools built today are rectangular, you can have a Vinyl liner pool built to any shape you can imagine.
- Vinyl liner pools are only 8 feet deep. FALSE You can have any depth and any type of slope that you want with a Vinyl liner pool.
- They are the best value for your dollar! A quality vinyl liner pool is usually a minimum of $10,000.00 less than a fiberglass or concrete pool.
- The liners will need to be replaced every 10 to 15 years. This cost is less expensive than re-plastering a concrete pool or refinishing a fiberglass pool.
- The interiors are very friendly to your skin. They have great foot traction and feel great to your skin.
- The designs and options are endless. They can be built to any size and any depth, with steps, benches and ledges in or out of the pool.
- There are numerous choices for liners, usually at no additional costs. You can pick just about any color and many different faux tiles.
- Vinyl liners can even include such features as real waterline tile and can even be built as an infinity pool.
- There are many beautiful Vinyl liner pools built that many people think are fiberglass or concrete.