In the Swim has a vast inventory of above ground pool liners with 100's of patterns to choose from. Easily customize a vinyl overlap, a beaded kayak, or expandable above ground pool liner for a perfect fit to complete your dream pool.
Overlap Style Liners are draped over the top of the pool wall and held in place with plastic liner coping strips. Once the top rails are reinstalled, the excess liner on the outside of the pool can be trimmed off.
Expandable Overlap Style Liners are draped over the top of the pool wall and held in place with plastic liner coping strips. They are designed to fit deep end pools that are dished out from 60-72” and available in 20 gauge so they stretch into place for a perfect fit. Once the top rails are reinstalled, the excess liner on the outside of the pool can be trimmed off.
Unibead Style Liners have a versatile two-in-one feature. Out of the box they are fitted with a J hook that simply hangs over the side of your pool wall; or the J-Hook can easily be removed converting it instantly to a beaded liner. The Bead fits Esther Williams, Johnny Weissmuller and most above-ground pools needing a beaded liner that have a flat bottom.
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Choosing the right above ground pool liner is one of the important aspects of establishing the identity of your pool's design. Aside from aesthetics, there are also some more practical factors to consider about vinyl pool liners for above ground pools. The right above ground vinyl liner secures the longevity of your pool.
The gauge, or thickness, of a pool liners will obviously have an effect on the durability of the liner. The standard gauge for an above ground pool liner is around 20 millimeters, but you want to invest in a thicker vinyl liner if you expect a high volume of swimmers season after season. You also could consider a pool liner shield to help protect your above ground liner from punctures, tears and rips from rough soil, stones or plants and weeds with hearty stems. The quality of modern above ground pool liners provides a comfortable surface for swimmers that also protects your pool.
However, an above ground pool liner's main feature is the ability to let you define the style of your pool and yard of course while keeping the water in the pool. Different colors and pool liner patterns can drastically affect the atmosphere of your yard and the pool environment. Replacing above ground liners are one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to give your pool a makeover, but make sure you use the right type of liner. Some pools require a specific design of liner, like an overlap, expandable, beaded and beaded kayak types. There are ways to alter the type of vinyl liner you install by using liner conversion strips that let you use a more attractive beaded pool liner instead of an overlap liner. When replacing you liner, you should also consider using liner coping strips to better secure your liner under the pool’s top rail and keep the liner from shifting when you fill your pool or during the winter.
If you explore all of In the Swim's above ground vinyl liner options, you will be sure to find the perfect pool liner pattern that fits your style and breathes new life into your pool.