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The Number One Solution for a Top Old Pool Problem


If your indoor or outdoor commercial pool has seen more birthdays than you have, chances are that you've seen your share of water loss at this point. There are temporary fixes that can get you through the busiest parts of your year but you'll eventually have to find a more permanent solution. The answer for old pool problems has become increasingly popular over the years and has only improved: the commercial PVC pool liner. Forget what you think you know about pool liners – this isn't your back yard pool liner! A commercial 60 mil PVC pool liner is commercial-grade, thick, tough and sturdy enough to last decades – withstanding years of use and exposure thrown at it from the tough pool environment.



The problems are all fairly (and depressingly) common: aging and deteriorating pool vessels suffer shifting ground forces, time, usage, and wear and eventually face leaks and water loss. The solution is simple and – even better – doesn't require repetitive fixes. A PVC pool liner lines the entire interior of the original pool vessel and fully covers any gaps, cracks, chips, and holes sealing off leaks while preventing new leaks. Unlike when a conventional pool is re-plastered, for example, you won't find yourself re-inventing the wheel again in a year or two. A PVC pool shell solves the problem and lasts for years (and in most cases decades) with minimal maintenance aside from normal cleaning that you'd already plan.



We designed our PVC shell utilizing our decades of experience in the aquatics industry to create a pore-free, comfortable, custom-textured pool membrane. We hear that guests often prefer the PVC liner to a typical rough and abrasive pool interior – hands down. The PVC liner is more comfortable and also looks better; it's one consistent surface that will give old pools a total face lift. For an even more impressive look, many facilities opt for a custom appearance by installing a custom logo on the pool shell. This increasingly popular option means that the team, organization, company etc logo is replicated exactly in PVC and installed right on the PVC surface. It's a really unique and interesting way to set your pool apart, and an excellent choice during renovation. Why not both say good bye to leaks and impress guests with your own logo?



A PVC pool liner won't chip, crack, or peel and won't suffer the same fate as a traditional pool vessel when exposed to the natural shifting ground forces. If you're ready to say goodbye to leaks and transform your old pool, the solution is as easy as contacting a trained aquatics professional. A PVC pool shell will give your old pool a new lease on life and you'll enjoy many more years with a better-than-new pool interior. If you're ready to improve your pool for your guests and your bottom line, and say goodbye to water loss – call us today. A member of our trained and knowledgeable team will be happy to answer your questions. You can reach us toll-free, email us, or even Get a Quote from the link below. We're also online so be sure to connect with us: like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram!



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