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    15 ft Round Pool Overlap Liners

      15 ft Round Pool Overlap Liners is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13.
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    An Overlap Pool Liner You Can Trust

    Whether you’re replacing an old pool liner or buying a new above ground pool, the 15 ft round pool overlap liner will deliver years of dependable use and give your pool a great look as well. The overlap pool liner is easy to install by draping over your walls, held in place by clips. The top rail then covers the liner, clips and wall for a professional, clean look.

    • The 15 Ft round pool overlap liner will fit above ground pools with flat bottoms and 48 in. or 52 in. side walls
    • Overlap pool liner available in several different eye-catching patterns for an attractive pool setting
    • Super strong virgin vinyl is used in construction, making this the toughest, best pool liner
    • Double, heat-welded seams will not come apart
    • Pool liner is UV protected, resists fading from the sun and pool chemicals
    • 20 Gauge liners are backed by a 15 year warranty
    • 25 Gauge liners are backed by a 25 year warranty
    • 30 Gauge liners are backed by a 25 year warranty
      • Item: # L1005A Solid Blue - 20-Gauge Overlap $92.99
      • Item: # L1205A Solid Blue - 25 Gauge Overlap $99.99
      • Item: # L1402A Solid Blue - 30 Gauge Overlap $139.99
      • Item: # L1005B Swirl Floor - 20-Gauge Overlap $129.99
      • Item: # L1205B Swirl Floor - 25 Gauge Overlap $169.99
      • Item: # L1005C Boulder Swirl - 20-Gauge Overlap $159.99
      • Item: # L1205C Boulder Swirl - 25 Gauge Overlap $169.99
      • Item: # L1005E Rolling Wave - 20 Gauge Overlap $184.99
      • Item: # L1005D Blue Stone - 20-Gauge Overlap $164.99
      • Item: # L1005F Caribbean - 20-Gauge Overlap $189.99
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      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent condition I ordered my swimming pool liner online and received it in a timely manner. The container and the liner were in excellent condition. I'm very pleased with the overall experience.
      Date published: 2016-07-07
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from seems to be a good liner It looks good went in easy and had a good price but can't say any more about it for a few yrs up to 20yrs
      Date published: 2015-06-15
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice liner, was a perfect fit for our pool. Easy to install and adjust.
      Date published: 2015-06-13
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from A1 Makes my pool look SUPER love it.Good price for this product development
      Date published: 2015-06-06
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prompt and Professional service We bought a pool liner and are very happy with the product and service we received.
      Date published: 2014-10-09
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase The price is reasonable and good quality. Very easy to install.
      Date published: 2009-07-26
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, well made material! Well - this year the liner on the pool went out after 15 years! Our pool is 23 years old and the liner that we purchased from your company lasted the 15 years! Our new liner - my daycare children picked out with all of the fish. It was very easy to install, my daughter and I had it in within 30 minutes! And the vinyl is nice and heavy, it is well made! If you do purchase a new liner also purchase the base to go under the liner, now our bottom is nice and soft!
      Date published: 2009-07-25
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my rocks I spent last summer trying to keep ahead of the fractures in my 13 year old liner, but wanted to wait until the spring to totally replace it. I spoke to the original installer who would replace it for me for approx $1300. I just thought I would take the plunge, so to speak, and do it myself. I was extremely pleased when the products arrived. The liner was much stronger than my original, definite improvements have been made in pool liner quality. The ground cover was even more impressive as it far exceeded my expectations. I opened the containers, followed the instructions and within a few hours I was putting water into my new pool, and it looked new. My neighbors saw the liner and think it is beautiful. I love the rocks around the top, they look so real. It was a satisfying experience with a quality product.
      Date published: 2009-07-25
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      Technical Specifications:

    • Will only fit flat bottom pools that are 15’ Round.
    • Overlap style liner.
    • Pool liner fits either 48" or 52" sidewall.
    • Liners are made to provide maximum protection from the sun's damaging U.V. rays
    • 20 ga. = 17 mil.
    • All virgin vinyl liners will last longer and maintain their beautiful appearance for years
    • Rugged double welded seams will withstand winter's worst
    • Does not come with coping strips

    • How can I find a leak in my liner?
      – Take some food coloring and go to where you think there might be a leak, if so the food coloring will be drawn to it.

      How many pieces of coping strips do I need?
      – Multiply pool size by 3.14, round it up and divide by 2, this equals number of pieces needed.

      What is the lowest temperature to install a liner?
      – 60 degrees for a beaded liner and 50 degrees for an overlap liner.

      What is the measurement on an overlap liner?
      – An overlap measures 53.5” and is used for both a 48” and 52” wall.

      Can I stretch a liner to fit a larger size pool?
      – No, you have to match up your pool size with the same size liner. We do have custom above ground liners to accommodate any size above ground pool.

      What if my pool is larger than 48” or 52” deep?
      – We stock expandable pool liners that can accommodate a pool that dishes out in the center 60” or 72” deep. If your pool goes from shallow to deep you would need to fill out a 6-01 measuring form.

      Installation Instructions
      • 2” gray duct tape with non-asphalted adhesive
      • screwdriver
      • garden hose
      • sharp nail or ice pick
      • industrial vacuum or household vacuum (filter bag removed)
      • tamping tool
      • masking tape
      • utility knife

        WARNING: Liner should be stored at room temperature for at least 72 hours prior to installation.


      1. Spread a 2” layer of brick sand over the entire pool foundation area inside the base rails. Use a rake to make the brick sand flat and smooth. Tamp sand to help reduce footprints. In place of brick sand, you can use “Soft Step” Floor Padding. Cut the sheets to fit and join them with duct tape along the whole length of each seam.

      2. With the brick sand, make a curved cove about 4” high and 4” wide all around the bottom of the pool wall on the inside. Pack firmly into shape. Pool Cove can also be used.


      1. Place the closed liner carton in the center of the pool.

      2. Open the carton. Do NOT use anything sharp to open the carton.

      3. Unfold the liner and spread it out in the sun to warm up.

      4. Inspect all seams and surfaces for holes.

      5. Spread out liner. The curved seam should be centered on the cove at the base of the wall. The other seams will form straight lines across the bottom of the pool. If seams appear to have flaps, check to see if correct side is up.

      6. Smooth out all wrinkles in the bottom.

      7. If you have a beaded liner, fasten the liner in place by lifting the sides of the liner and inserting the beaded edge into the liner retainer on the top edge. If you do not have a beaded liner, lift the sides of the liner and drape them over the top of the pool wall. Fasten liner to the top of the wall with plastic coping. Let the liner hang slack for now. Do NOT pull liner tight.

      8. Start filling the pool with water. As the pool fills, work out the wrinkles and smooth the liner to the wall. Remove the plastic coping around the top edge of the wall one piece at a time and adjust the liner. Keep smoothing out the wrinkles.

      9. Do not install faceplates, inlets, light fixtures, etc. until water reaches 3” below each opening. Premature installation might result in the liner tearing away from the opening due to stretching as the water level increases.

      10. Proceed filling pool until water reaches desired level.


      1. To remove air from behind the liner, which prevents wrinkles, insert a vacuum cleaner hose through the skimmer hole in the pool wall behind the liner. To minimize vacuum loss, seal the opening around the hose and the water inlet using cardboard and masking tape.

      2. Turn vacuum cleaner on. While vacuum is running, you should be adjusting the liner with short tugs to eliminate wrinkles. If you have trouble shifting the liner into position, shut vacuum off for a few minutes. You should then be able to adjust the troubled area before continuing with the vacuum.

      3. Start filling the pool with water. The vacuum cleaner should continue to run until water level nears the top. Make sure to keep vacuum cleaner hose above the water level at all times.
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