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Thread: Replace a liner

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    lewistonpool55's Avatar
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    Jun 2012
    Lewiston NY

    Replace a liner

    I need to replace my old vinyl liner. It's a project I'm looking to do myself. Not only to save the money but I'd like the challenge. What am I getting myself into here. Any tips I can get would help
    Thanks guys!
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    Re: Replace a liner

    Changing an inground liner is a pretty good job. If you have help and are pretty handy you can probably do it.
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    Re: Replace a liner

    Me and my husband just installed our vinyl liner. We are first time pool owners and just purchasing the house, we did not have the money to pay to have it done. We were surprised it was not as difficult as the pool companies make it out to be. It was pretty much me and my husband, the kids seemed to all be busy, the scariest part was the cutting out the main drain and the skimmers, but just take your time and I am sure you will do fine. Hooking up the shop vac into the skimmer or putting it behind the liner really helps pull out alot of the wrinkles.

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