Make your pool more aesthetically pleasing by converting it to a beaded liner. An overlap liner — the most common type of vinyl liner for above-ground pools — drapes over the pool sides and clips in place under the top rail. A beaded liner, on the other hand, connects the vinyl liner along a track along the pool’s edge. Beaded liners often have decorative borders along the top of the liner that is held in place precisely where you want it with the track.
These Liner Conversion Strips make switching from an overlap to a beaded liner a snap. They’re easy to install and work well with pools with decks and fencing. To determine how many strips you need for your pool, see the guide below.read more
Pool Size/Number of Needed Strips