It’s hard to believe that our summer is almost over and the time to winterize your in-ground pool is nearly here. It felt like the warm days of summer would be endless – splashing and relaxing with your family in the sun. Then, next thing you remember, it’s Labor Day weekend, back-to-school sales and meet-the-teacher nights.Read More
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Everything mechanical needs occasional maintenance. You change the oil in your car and check refrigerant levels in your HVAC unit, don’t you? These tune-ups are routine. Why not add your pool to the maintenance rounds?
Each pool comes with its own set of maintenance needs: clearing debris, covering, and prepping for the changing seasons may top the list. One thing common to most above ground and some inground pools: the liners need to be replaced. On average, a pool liner lasts between eight and 12 years, and many don’t show ostensible wear and tear. Having a professional inspect your pool liner can help you determine its current state, and whether it’s time to consider a replacement.