Expert Pool Work, Inc. is industry-trained and experienced to replace pool liners in Omaha and the surrounding areas.
Regardless of the mil-thickness of the vinyl, a liner will last an average of about 8-10 years before it has to be replaced.
When the liner is replaced, regardless of the mil-thickness and the manufacturer, the warranty for any of the liners is virtually the same...at or near a 20-year pro-rated warranty for seam separations; the actual duration of the warranty period depends on the manufacturer. All liners are made in sections (based on the precise measurements that we will submit) and then seamed together; the warranty is stating that the seams will never fail, rip, tear, or in any way come apart. But, due to sunlight, chemicals, and daily use (known as wear-and-tear), the liner will begin to lose some of its pliability and elasticity and therefore its overall strength in about 8-10 years. To be clear, it would be extremely rare - and its likely not even possible - for a liner to last as long as its warranty; again, with respect to their warranties, the manufacturers are explicitly stating that the liner will not separate or for any reason come apart where the vinyl is seamed-together to fit the custom-built shape, size, and depth of only your pool.
Each of the manufacturers whose liners we represent and install use precision cutting methods, seaming stations, and overall state-of-the-art equipment, always ensuring a perfect fit (due to our accurate measuring techniques).
They also use 100% virgin vinyl that is UV protected and conditioned with various antibacterial agents to help prevent algae growth.
And, they all offer attractive patterns, designs, and color schemes. While there is a modest up-charge, if you do like the tile pattern of a certain liner but the wall/floor pattern of another liner, they can make that liner; the cost of the up-charge will depend on the manufacturer and the mix-and-match pattern you choose.
We do have 2018 brochures and sample packets for all of the liners that we install.
You can contact Expert Pool Work, Inc. at 402-341-8132 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss replacing your pool liner.