Yes buy using a wet under water repair kit
1. determine where your pool is leaking (liner or plumbing) and repair.
The reality is that the average inground pool liner will last 8-12 years.
NO! You want to use a glue specifically designed for underwater vinyl liner repair. It can be purchased at most pool supply stores.
Remove the old damaged liner and install a new one.
Use an underwater liner repair kit available at a pool supply store. The better solution is to use a piece of liner that matches the liner in your pool instead of the clear patch in the repair kits. Simply cut it to fit, round out the corners, and apply the glue from the store bought kit. The repair can be done underwater.
The cost of a 16 x 32 inground pool with a liner varies somewhat depending on the shape of the pool. The average cost of this type of pool is between 6000 dollars and about 8000 dollars.
air pocket behind pool liner inground
They don't make them for in ground.
Filter it then swim in it.
Yes, you can. The type of patching would depend on what kind of pool it is - vinyl or concrete - and what it is that needs patching. You can use a piece of pool liner and underwater liner repair glue to patch a vinyl liner (I prefer to not use the clear patch material that comes in most store bought liner repair kits, but the glue is ok to use). If it is a concrete shell, you would use a 2-part underwater epoxy made for pool repair. If the pool is a fiberglass shell, you will likely need to empty the pool to make an effective patch.
Your best luck with a hole that large is going to be if its against a hard surface in the pool, IE: floor area , wall area below water. You have nothing to loose , your going to most likely need a great underwater glue and very large patch material, avail from a pool professional. A good underwater glue and site is Union Labs, Inc. www.boxeradhesives.com No more underwater ice hockey with a liner pool either. They also have an email avail and can direct you to a dealer in your area or online site for purchase. good swimmng getapool.com You may also want to visit mrstickys.com and check on their Underwater Glue. Visit the FAQ's that describe how to repair a pool liner underwater.
No. Replace the liner.
There is special adhesive for this,sold in pool maintenance stores.
Make sure the water around the pool is lower than the water in the pool..
An aqua colored one?
I had an inground pool installed. We just turned on the lights at night and noticed footprints on the bottom. Can this be fixed? Call the pool company back. The bottom is normally sand mixed with cement. The liner will probably have to be removed and bottom smoothed. They should have checked that before installing the liner. Those printswi catch sediment and debris for the life of the liner.
Is this an above ground pool or an inground pool? The type of pool you have will determine the best way to answer your question.
Yes it can be done
Some pool companys are not in business. most all inground pools have the same size treads..
There is no way to answer that question here. It depends upon whether it is an inground or above ground pool, the quality of the liner, the size and shape of the pool, whatever customization is needed, and the company you are buying it from.
Termites can and do cause damage to pool liners.....The trmites will come through cracks in the vermiculite and actually eat through a liner.
I have little holes in my inground pool coping how do I fix it caulk?
When alluminium corrodes it needs to be replaced you cant repair it.
google above ground pool repair