That normally depends on where you are getting the liner from, but in most cases, you measure the pool diameter and actual pool wall height. When you order the liner, let the liner manufacturer know the liner is for an above-ground pool with an overlap liner. The liner manufacturer will then make the pool wall enough longer to allow several inches of liner material to fold over the top of the pool wall and anchor it in place with the liner locking strips.
There are many places where one can buy a pool liner. One can buy a pool liner at popular on the web sources such as Liner World, USA Pool Pros, and National Pool Wholesalers.
form_title= Pool Liner form_header= Replace or install a liner for your pool. Do you need to replace an existing liner?*= () Yes () No Is it an in-ground or above-ground pool?*= () In Ground () Above Ground What is the size of your pool?*= _ 
The pool liner pad is placed underneath the pool liner to prevent items from cutting through the liner. If the liner is already leaking, the liner pad will not stop the leak.
by taking the liner away!
When you say a "pool liner" I am assuming you mean a vinyl liner as normally called a liner for short. If so then no, the liner cannot and should not be painted.
Overlap refers to just that... the liner overlaps the top of the pool. The other option is a hung liner, where the liner locks into a track..
Pie times the radius squared
The easiest way is to simply measure across the pool as close to the center line as you can. Also, measure from several different spots to get the closest average. If you need the measurement for around the outside of the pool the you would want to measure the diameter (the distance from one side to the other) as close to the center as you can and multiply that distance (in inches) time 3.1415. For example, if the pool measure 12 feet across (144 inches) then the distance around the pool would be 452.3 inches. The pool liner supplier will most likely just need the diameter and the height of the pool.
a free form pol is a pool that is made in any shape that suits the builder or the situation where it needs to fit.
There are a number of products you can use to prolong the life of your pool. You could install a wall foam between your pool wall and the liner to keep a smooth surface next to your liner to help prevent punctures. You could purchase a liner pad or pool padding for the bottom of your pool. And you can invest in vinyl liner repair kits to repair the small punctures and prolong the life of your liner.
Generally, a liner pool is cheaper to install and operate, especially in areas that may freeze in the winter. Hatawa
I have a build up of salt on my pool liner in the deep end of my pool, how can I get this broke up to clean my pool.
no not necessarily. if the walls of a free form pool are steep enough that debris sinks to one area, then it is easy to do a weekly maintenance on. however, every so often you need to vacuum the whole liner, or brush it down with a wall brush to ensure cleanliness. my opinion . no not at all.
Only if the A/G pool has a beaded liner. If it is an overlap liner, there's no way around it.
Ocean liner? Truck/SUV cargo liner? Pond liner? Trash liner? Chimney liner? Pool liner? Helmet liner? Panty liner? Dirty one-liner?
The pool water draws its color from the liner. If you buy a white liner, then the pool water will not be blue. If you use a light blue liner, then the pool will be light blue. In my opinion, the best liner is a darker blue liner with ripples on it. Your pool will look gorgeous and inviting and the ripple effect makes it difficult to see any dirt in your pool. A solid color liner lets you see everything, which isn't always pretty.
form_title=Swimming Pool Liner Installation form_header=11633 What type of pool do you need the vinyl liner replaced in?*= () Above ground () In-ground What is the shape of this particular pool?*= () Round () Rectangle () Oval () Other
Well i have a pool myself, and sand is not wanted in it. The rocks in it can puncture the liner (if it has a liner). You should vacuum it out with a pool vacuum. Hope i helped
You don't! Water must be emptied, liner reset in place and pool refilled
You can rehang the liner on your above-ground pool if it fell over in the winter but you will need to remove the pool corner caps, the rail, and all of the water. You can then re-stretch the pool liner and refill the pool.
Sand is normally put under the pool liner to create a smoother surface.
air pocket behind pool liner inground