Typical PVC Pool Shell Installation

Note: Although concrete is shown in this example, PVC can be applied over aluminum, steel, tile and fiberglass as well.
The Free Floating "Shell Within A Shell" Concept - Understanding Why It Works So Well.

The reason PVC liners (membranes) are so successful at solving pool problems is because they are flexible, durable, and compatible with any type of pool environment whether it is concrete, plaster, gunite, fiberglass, aluminum or steel. The RenoSys PVC Pool Shell is custom installed on site with trained industry professionals to create a proven, watertight system with total design flexibility.

A membrane of reinforced PVC is hot air welded together inside the old pool completely eliminating: leaks, the need to paint, plaster, caulk, sandblast, scrape or hassle with the old shell's problems. Because the membrane system is completely suspended inside the old shell and does not depend on a bond with the old pool, PVC is unaffected by expansion/contraction and freeze/thaw problems like conventional renovation options. PVC has a non-porous surface making it difficult for algae to adhere thus reducing the amount of seasonal and daily cleanup. PVC also makes concrete construction cold joints watertight allowing reuse of significant portions of existing infrastructures. Pools can be renovated, recyled, repurposed and reconfigured in a way never thought possible before because a PVC liner installation can make them watertight after they've been altered or renovated.


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