Swimming pool liners
... the pool is leak-tight. The 75/100 thick polymer is more commonly known as the liner, and is used for private pools with standard shapes and dimensions. The 100 to 150/100 thick reinforced ...
SUPERLINER: 85/100 thick, premium components, perfectly leak-tight, a wide variety of colours, the best guarantees available on the market, ireproachable strength and resilience. SUPERLINER, total peace of mind for 10 years
... enjoyment, if you want to change the pool liner if you change your mind, the only work required is to unclip it! Adorn your pool and choose the colour of the liner: ...
... any pool or water feature, no matter the shape or size. Our flexible and durable PVC pool liner is ideal for renovation. Whether your pools has cracks, spalling concrete, ...
A designer in-ground pool liner can be the spectacular centerpiece of your backyard environment, transforming your pool into a work of art. LOOP-LOC Luxury Liners are ...
You know that the right pool liner can truly enhance the beauty of a swimming pool, We know it too, so the OMNOVA Solutions design team studies the latest trends in order ...
True-Fit ® Vinyl Liner Features • Custom Designed and Manufactured • 100% Virgin Vinyl • Equipped with algae inhibitors, which aid normal sanitizers to protect Kafko ™ liners for a long life. • Manufactured ...
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How to choose this product
A swimming pool liner is a plastic, watertight sheet used as an inexpensive alternative to concrete, tiling and poured cement. Whether for in-ground or above-ground pools, it is usually made from vinyl. Polyester, acrylic or other plastics may be added to improve characteristics such as sturdiness and resistance to UV and abrasion.
On ArchiExpo, these liners are arranged by properties such as intended use (e.g., public swimming pools, swimming ponds)
Liners are found in both public and private swimming pools. They are available in a number of colors and designs, making them an attractive and cost-effective alternative to other systems.
The pool liner is normally secured to a rigid structural wall defining the shape of the pool and, if in-ground, retaining the surrounding earth.
How to choose
Consider installation and finish options, including beaded, overlapped or hidden edges. Verify liner thickness, resistance to UV, chemicals, microbes and scratching, as well as ease of cleaning and maintenance. Take into account the useful life of the product and the visual impact of its finish. Some liners are designed to imitate tile or other finishes.
- Least expensive waterproofing system
- Wide variety of finishes
- Eventually needs replacing
- Might not support heavy accessories
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