Liner Replacements


Liner Replacements

Is your swimming pool liner dried-out, brittle or pulling away at the corners? We are the only company that specializes in vinyl liner replacement. Here’s why you should call the Liner Specialists.

We offer:

* Our 30 plus years of expert installation and customer satisfaction.
* The finest 100% virgin vinyl available, never recycled, no plasticizers.
* A fully insured and licensed operation.
* The ability to reline any size or shape pool.

We are The Liner Specialists

Our 30 plus years of expert installation has given our business the highest rate in satisfied customers with 50% of our new business coming directly from referrals. From our shop in home service, where you will receive personal attention, to the finest material used to manufacture your new pool liner or pool cover, you will see why our process of replacing pool liners and pool covers makes us The Liner Specialists. Call 860-307-5916 today to schedule your appointment.

Converting to a Vinyl Liner Pool

Adding a Liner to Gunite, Concrete, or Plaster Pools

Every year many customers inquire as to whether it’s practical or even if it’s possible to install a vinyl liner in a pool that was not designed for one. Normally these requests come from pool owners that have plaster, concrete, or other types of pools that are leaking from settling cracks or other factors. Often they have already tried “painting” or “sealing,” but this can be unattractive and ineffective. Over time even a good paint/sealant job will begin to crack and peel. With the average cost of replastering or refinishing a pool costing somewhere between $12,000 to $25,000, people are eagerly searching for a more economical and realistic alternative.

In response to our customers needs, EZ Aqua Pool & Patio has pioneered a retrofit vinyl liner system that works for “many” inground swimming pools! We say “many” because in some cases, the design of a pool will not allow the retro-fitting of a vinyl liner. However, we can normally provide a brand new liner (with a 10 year warranty), a track system, custom fittings from our shop, and professional advice (based on many years of experience) that will complete the job in a couple of weekends for a Fraction of the cost of replastering or refinishing your swimming pool.

Although liners specifically made to convert a pool are a little more expensive than other types of liners due to the extra time required to design and manufacture them, they usually are the most economical solution for most situations.