With the recent advances in plastic technology, liner pools are renown for being more highly efficient and economical, than their concrete pool counter-parts.
A typical liner pool is built by excavating a hole, fitting a frame or shell and then finishing off with a high quality flexible PVC liner. The liner gives the pool it’s water retaining properties whilst the shell provides the structure to which it is fitted.
The shell can be made from; concrete block, steel, aluminium, fibreglass or plastic. Liners can be produced in a variety of different colours and patterns and can often resemble a tiled pool. A liner pool on average should take approximately 4 weeks to install (with the adequate skills and experience), has a lifespan of approximately 10 years and is very easy to maintain.