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Thread: How much should a new liner cost?

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    How much should a new liner cost?

    My pool is 20x50 and the liner has a number of tears in it.

    What should I be expecting for pricing on a new liner?

    Is there anything I should be looking for when getting a new one?

    Anything else I should be replacing when getting a new liner?

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    Re: How much should a new liner cost?

    The price depends on several factors. The best thing to do is to get several quotes to compare and contrast. Of course, company reputation is important. Some of the job related issues you need to consider are:

    1) Liner thickness.
    2) Whether the walls need to be repaired due to rust etc.
    3) If you want wall foam.
    4) How much patching is needed on the bottom vermiculite.
    5) Are new faceplates, main drain covers and eyeballs included?
    6) What other services you want done at the same time. Such as, balancing the water chemistry etc.

    Getting the job done now will give you some room to negotiate because most companies are slower now. Waiting until a month from now will probably cost more.

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    Re: How much should a new liner cost?

    Average liner jobs range from about $2000 to $3500.00. Make sure to replace all gaskets and smooth out your flooring while you have it apart!
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