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Deciding on a Vinyl Liner for Your Pool

Deciding on a Vinyl Liner for Your Pool

Here are some tips to help you pick the best vinyl liner for your pool.

Are you thinking about changing the scenery around your yard? Perhaps you need to replace an old vinyl liner that you have for your pool. Whatever the reason may be, choosing a new vinyl liner is never easy. It will be among the most vital decisions you will make for your pool, and you want the liner you get to be suitable for your pool’s needs. Here are some tips to help you pick the best vinyl liner for your pool.

Deciding to Go With or Without Tile

While tile patterns on your vinyl liner can add an appealing accent to your pool, it’s sometimes not the look you want for the rest of your yard. In situations like this, you can opt to remove the tile section from your pattern. This look isn’t suited  for everyone, but it can leave you with a captivating appearance as your landscape and water contrast with each other. If you don’t have the right landscape to pull this off, going without tile can give you the opposite effect.

Choosing a Tile

It isn’t an easy task to find a tile that complements your style. The pattern of the tile is one of the first things people consider for their purchase. The best way to know which pattern to get is to have your dealer let you look at samples. You can lay these samples by your pool to get an idea of how they will look, then make your decision.

Thinking About Water Color

Your pool water’s color contributes greatly to the pool’s overall design. The type of vinyl liner you pick will be directly influenced by whatever color you want your water to be.

When deciding on the color of your water, consider the sky above your pool. The water will give a reflection of the sky, so consider how your pool will look both when it’s bright and sunny, as well as when it’s darker and cloudier.

You’ll also want to consider your surroundings. If your pool is near trees, the colors of the trees will be found in your water as well, giving it a more aquamarine kind of look. Pools that aren’t near as many trees will have a look that is more blue.

The pool’s depth will be another factor at play. The color will become darker as your pool gets deeper. You also won’t see as much of your finish if your pool is deeper.

Admiral Pools is Your Complete Swimming Pool Resource

Admiral Pools LLC is a multi-faceted company involved in the construction and renovation of all types of in-ground swimming pools, serving Baltimore, Harford, and Cecil Counties of Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania. Admiral Pools does the vast majority of our work with in-house personnel, and we pride ourselves on being a turnkey operation that provides retaining walls, hardscaping, fencing, and outdoor lighting. Customers can visit our retail location and showroom in Abingdon, MD, to purchase pool chemicals, as well as above-ground pools, spas, parts, maintenance equipment, pool games, and toys. Admiral Pools of Maryland is dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality swimming pools, the best service, and a complete selection of parts and chemicals the retail industry has to offer. Contact Admiral Pool’s representative through our website today to receive your free quote, or call us at 1-866-297-POOL (7665). Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest for all of the latest updates and news in the recreational water industry.

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