20-25 MIL 48″,52″ AND 54″ UNI-BEAD MYSTRI GOLD
2022 will be another year where you may be able to get a pool, but getting a liner for it will be harder then ever!
Liner shortages are at an all time high in the industry yet again this year. Every component in the production of a liner is experiencing unprecedented shortages from the raw materials to labor to manufacture them.
Special order liners that normally took 3 or 4 weeks from order to customer are now taking up to 20 weeks or more before customer delivery.
If we have your liner in stock, don t wait for a lower price that will never come, order it TODAY for TOMORROW IT WILL BE GONE.
Our premium overlap, multi-bead, uni-bead or beaded liners are constructed of Standard and Heavy Gauge vinyl, our liners will last longer and maintain their beautiful appearance for years.
Overlap liners are designed for you to secure them under your pool’s top rail. Liner material will drape over your pool’s walls and then is held in place with clips. After installing your liner then reinstall all your top rails.
Strong, double-welded seams will withstand winter’s worst. Our liners are so rugged; they are backed by a 15-Year Warranty on Standard gauge liners and a 25-Year Warranty on Heavy gauge.
All of the flat-bottom overlap liners will fit either 48″, 52″ or 54″ sidewalls.
Overlap Expandable liners use a Lamiclear process that provides maximum chemical and UV protection. Unique fabrication allows vinyl to contour to pool floor when properly installed. Strong, double-welded seams. Liner will fit pools up to 72 inches deep.
Multi-bead and Uni-bead liners have two features, you can hook the liner to the rim of your swimming pool wall or if your pool has a bead receiver track you simply remove the j-hook part of the liner and snap the liner into place. And if your pool had an overlap liner you can replace it with a Multi-bead or Uni-bead.
Molecular Welded liners are manufactured by using a high-frequency molecular welds in its fabrication. This process produces a seal that is stronger then the material itself. High-Frequency Welds are normally only used for custom in-ground liners costing thousands of dollars!