I have almost settled on a contractor for the new liner. There are couple place, perhaps 8 ft. long, where the Liner track has dropped maybe 1/4 to 1/2" lower than the mortar that is beneath the brick coping. Most of the pool has this track up much more tightly to the mortar. It's not a horrible eyesore, but I wanted to get it corrected at the time of the liner install. When I showed them the pictures I have attached, I was told it would be "extremely" labor intensive to repair, would require new mortar, etc... I knew some type of shim work, either with mortar or something else would be required, but it doesn't look like it would be much of a job.
My question is should I let them quote me on the repair, do it myself, or find someone else. Other than the steel wall, what is back there holding the track up tight? Can I take a utility knife and cut the liner along these low spots and gain access to repair it...in general, what is the recommended repair materials and method.
You can see on the right hand side of the pictures where the track is up tighter.
Thanks for any info.[attachment=1:2yhk7mug]Liner Track 2.jpg[/attachment:2yhk7mug][attachment=0:2yhk7mug]Liner Track 1.jpg[/attachment:2yhk7mug]