How to Install a Replacement Vinyl Swimming Pool Liner

Do It Yourself!

The replacement vinyl swimming pool liners can be a daunting task, but it is something that you can do yourself with a little bit of know-how! We will walk you through the process step-by-step so that you can feel confident in your ability to get the job done. Keep in mind that while replacing a vinyl pool liner is not difficult, it is somewhat time consuming – so make sure that you set aside enough time to complete the project before getting started.

The first thing that you will need to do is remove the old liner. This can be done by simply pulling it out of the pool – but be careful, as it may be brittle and tear easily. Once the old liner has been removed, you will want to clean the surface of the pool wall so that the new liner will adhere properly. You can use a scrub brush or a pressure washer to get the job done.

Replacement Vinyl Swimming Pool Liners

Once the pool wall is clean, it is time to install the new liner. The best way to do this is to unroll it on top of the pool and then slowly lower it into place. Make sure that you have plenty of slack in the liner so that you can adjust it as needed. If there are any wrinkles in the liner, you can use a hose to smooth them out.

Once the liner is in place, all that is left to do is fill the pool with water! Be sure to check for any leaks before you finalize your repairs.

Lastly, if there are any tears or holes in your new liner, they can be patched with a vinyl repair kit. Make sure that you follow the instructions on how to apply these patches correctly – otherwise it may not hold up under pressure from water!

By following these steps and using common sense along the way, you should have no problem replacing your own swimming pool liner. If at any time during this process you feel uncomfortable or unsure about what to do next – call us for advice! We’d love nothing more than helping make sure everything goes smoothly so everyone can enjoy their summer fun without worry! Happy splashing :)