New Liner- what to look out for Massachusetts

PureLuck

Silver Supporter
May 1, 2016
129
Hopkinton, MA
We have our official second year with this pool.
At closing last fall we noticed the liner is in need of stretching, but there are tiny rips in it so we figure might as well replace it.
For those of you who have replaced the vinyl liner, is there anything that we should be aware of when calling for quotes?




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borjis

LifeTime Supporter
Aug 19, 2014
2,708
Pacific NW
First and foremost, do you have documentation? Specifically the serial number and manufacturer of the liner?

That will save a ton of money...they can cut you a new one with that info. If you cannot find it,
you might find it behind the liner itself in the shallow end printed on.

Otherwise they will have to come out and custom measure.
 

PureLuck

Silver Supporter
May 1, 2016
129
Hopkinton, MA
I actually do have the paperwork that the previous​ owners left.
The bummer is that they never sent in the warranty form, because apparently this has a 20 year pro rated. So we would only of had to pay 60%.
However, the liner was installed in 2004, and it is already 100% faded, and has rips.
Is that normal wear?

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blakeusa

In The Industry
Jul 8, 2010
576
Ashford, CT
I know the guys at Idea Pools in Southbridge MA. They do a lot of liner replacements and pool remodels. You can google them.
Laura is the manager - tell her Blake sent you.. and see what they can do.
 

PureLuck

Silver Supporter
May 1, 2016
129
Hopkinton, MA
Southbridge is quite a ways away from our house. Now, if our rental property had a pool, it is the next town over.
Maybe I will still give them a ring a ding

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