Lastly, you can rent a pool bladder where I can pump the pool water out and into the storage container. When the liner is in place that water gets put back in. This is probably the most eco friendly way, but also can be useful (necessary) if there is no where to pump 30,000 gallons in your backyard. I would like use these on all jobs to save water, however they are incredibly costly and liable to break, thus needing to add a fee if they are chosen to be used.
Like always I will give an estimate for your pool and include some costs that I am pretty sure will be needed like a couple bags of vermiculite to patch the floors. If there are any major issues, like wall cave ins, massive holes in pool walls, liner track replacement needed, I will get in touch during the process and make sure we are on the same page with the next steps.
To get started on a liner replacement contact us, and we will measure your pool in person or via google satellites and some simple questions.
Then it is 10% to get the ball rolling and have the pool measured. Then 25% more to get the liner ordered. 25% on the first day of liner removal. And then the remaining 40% due on liner install.