Did you know that even if other types of in-ground swimming pools won’t work for your yard or your budget, a vinyl liner pool may still be possible? Vinyl liner pools are great options for most residential uses, thanks to their easy installation and longevity as well as their lower price point. If you’re exploring your options and are ready to learn more about vinyl liner swimming pools, this is a great place to start.
Construction and Installation of Vinyl Liner Pools
While the bottoms of vinyl liner swimming pools are built with solid concrete structures, the walls are built from Graphex along with concrete-braced polycarbonate. All the surfaces are then lined in vinyl membranes, giving these swimming pools a lifespan ranging from 15 to 20 years. Built to be both durable and flexible, this construction method also offers support for structures that surround your pool. (You can increase the level of support by opting for I-braces and walls made from structural resin.)
Even when other types of swimming pools are not realistic options due to weather or setting, vinyl liner pools are almost always possibilities. Unlike other swimming pool options, which are highly weather dependent for installation, vinyl liner pools can be quickly and easily installed. The installation will also be simpler and the time required for installation will be much easier to predict. Part of the reason for that benefit is that while other swimming pool options are highly dependent on the weather for installation, vinyl liner pools can be installed almost any time.
Benefits and Options with Vinyl Liner Pools
Many vinyl liner pool owners appreciate the smooth surface for two great reasons: personal comfort and less time required for maintenance. (The lower requirements for maintenance are due to the fact that the smooth vinyl surface makes it more challenging for algae to build up.) Another great bonus is that, unlike earlier versions of vinyl liners, today’s designs are often attractive enough to look just like ceramic tiles!
Not only are today’s vinyl liners more attractive than ever, but they also come with plenty of possibilities. Once upon a time, vinyl liner pools were always rectangular in shape and aqua in color. Today’s vinyl liner pools come in a variety of pattern and color options, typically with a tile-like design along the waterline; however, custom designs such as freeform shapes and negative-edges are not out of the question. Sometimes they even incorporate elements such as underwater speakers, fiber optic lights, and waterfalls!
Today’s high-quality vinyl liner swimming pools allow you to easily pay off your initial investment well before your vinyl liner will need to be replaced. While some pool owners prefer to not have to make that additional significant investment in their pool, many appreciate spacing out the financial burden. And at the end of the day, the important thing is getting to share the many benefits of an in-ground swimming pool with those you love!
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