Express Pool Care service professionals, serving Laveen, Goodyear, Avondale & Phoenix AZ
discuss leaning a vinyl liner pool
One of the many things you will learn when owning a swimming pool is that it is not one-size-fits all when it comes to pool cleaning and maintenance. Of the three types of pool construction materials: concrete, fiberglass and vinyl liner, each has unique cleaning needs. Each type of pool construction material also has unique tools that must be used to keep it clean.
Cleaning a vinyl liner pool
The material you chose for your swimming pool construction was likely based on your budget as well as your knowledge of the pros and cons of each type. Owners of vinyl liner swimming pools understand the benefits of that material. They are explained by the swimming pool service contractors from Express Pool Care.
- Lower cost than other materials.
- Vinyl is smooth and easier to clean than the “nooks and crannies” in a gunite pool.
- A vinyl liner pool may not use as many chemicals to keep the water clean as other models.
- Vacuuming is easier with a vinyl liner pool.
- If a vinyl liner pool springs a leak it may be easier to repair. NOTE: Vinyl liner pools can be prone to rips or tears, but they can usually be repaired without having to replace the entire liner or even completely drain the pool. Properly cared for, a vinyl liner pool can last up to two decades.
- Vinyl liner pools lend themselves to unique pool designs.
- Vinyl liner warranties usually rival any other warranties on the market.
A vinyl liner pool is durable and cost effective. It also has a low threshold for maintenance. After learning the ins and outs and advantages and disadvantages of the pool construction materials available, you may find that a vinyl liner is best suited for your family and its unique needs, especially when you understand the nuances of cleaning a vinyl liner pool..
Ask us about the cleaning methods for the type of swimming pool you own. We can give you an estimate for a one-time clean or for ongoing cleaning and maintenance. Remember, too if you have a hot tub, we can help with maintenance throughout the year because many hot tub owners in Arizona find they use that structure more in the winter than they do in the summer.