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Thread: Liner installation

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    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Bucyrus, Ohio

    Liner installation

    We are getting a new liner over the winter, do NOT want to install it too much work. I am wondering if anyone in the North Central Ohio area knows where I can call to get it installed in the spring.

    Thank You
    Pool size: 15' X 48" AG vinyl liner, 5300 gallons, Hayward S166T filter and 1hp pump

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    Aug 2007
    Covington, Georgia

    Re: Liner installation

    We used a place here in Ga called Recreational Warehouse. They gave me the name of the installers they use and it was about $300. You might want to try calling a place like that in Ohio that deals in pools and spa's. You have time over the winter to do a thorough search for the best price around so take your time and dont choose the first offer you get. Ask if they warranty the work they do as well.

    For what its worth we purchased our liner online as well at a good price ....

    Good Luck !! Let us know how it turns out ...
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    Aug 2009
    SW Wisconsin

    Re: Liner installation

    put a wanted ad on your local craigslist. That's what I did. I called our 4 local pool stores, and they all wanted at least $800 to do the job

    I put a want ad for someone (with AGP liner experience) and in about 3 days I had a reply. The guy came out and said he used to install liners for a local pool company, but quit. Anyway, he came out on a saturday morning with 3 of his buddies..and they leveled the pool sand, made sure the pool was totally in round, mounded a sand coping around the edge, and installed the liner, had water truck come to start filling the pool, and then once the liner was set..he put on the top railing edge and post caps on and installed my intake and returns.

    Cost.......$425.00 this was for a 33ft round AGP

    33' x 52" Swim and Play Inc. PARAGON AGP. Hayward H200 Heater. Hayward Power-Flo LX 1.5hp pump. Sta-Rite Cristal Flo T-210WF Sand Filter. Stenner 45M5 chlorine pump

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    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Coastalish 'down easter'

    Re: Liner installation

    Dan, did you have to pay for the water? Around here, Ct., water is not included in the price.
    Luv& Luk

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