Is your liner starting to look old and faded, is it starting to wrinkle, or are you having to patch holes? Maybe you’re still pool shopping and looking into what it will take to replace your liner in the future and just looking for how much it is going to cost you to replace your pool liner.
Whether you have a pool now that needs maintenance or you’re just educating yourself on the upkeep of your soon-to-be swimming pool, we’ve got you covered.
The cost of your pool liner replacement will vary depending on your pool size, the type of liner that you buy, and the contractor that you hire to replace it (unless you decide to DIY the job).
Overall, you can expect to pay around $3000 or more for the vinyl liner plus the labor to replace it, chemicals, and water to refill your swimming pool.
While changing your liner its always beneficial to replace your faceplates and gaskets. Gaskets are particularly important as they create a seal between your skimmer, drains, lights, and jets. Without replacing these, it could cause your pool to leak costing you hundreds of dollars before you even realize you have a problem. Estimated costs for new faceplates and gaskets is about $150.00
Paying for a professional to install your liner is an added cost but naturally we suggest that unless you have experience and know what you are doing that you leave it to the experts. Improper installation of your line can cause wrinkling, over stretching and significant damage to your liner. Its best to let the pro’s handle this.