How to choose a vinyl liner for your pool
The first thing that catches your eye when looking at a swimming pool is the colors of the water, the pool deck and the surrounding landscape. These components are largely responsible for whether or not the pool will match your vision of a perfect relaxing zone. Here are essential tips for choosing a vinyl liner...

The color of water in the pool creates a special mood and we can create it by installing a suitable vinyl liner.

 Nowadays, there is a variety of them on the market and it's good to know how to navigate this diversity. Begin by selecting a basic template. There are three types of pool liner patterns: patterns with borders, solid patterns and full print ones. If you choose to get a liner with borders, make sure you pick a model with natural colors. Be careful if you're picking one of the more exotic colors available, such as deep beige, gray, red , white or terracotta  hues because they can look entirely different in a pool filled with water. We are used to seeing water as a shade of blue, so a radically different color can seem out of place. A bright rim can also draw unwanted attention. Since the rim of a liner is designed to mimic tiles, the brighter it is, the more fake it can look.

Another option is to skip the simulated tile altogether and choose a template with a uniform color or a continuous pattern around the liner. A liner like this will give your pool a simple and natural look. The liner template will ultimately be responsible for how the water in your pool looks and the perceived color of the water. Deep colors resembling a lagoon are the best option. They give water a blue-green tint and create a beautiful contrast between the pool water and the deck. Dark-colored liners under can increase the water temperature by about 7 degrees F under strong direct sunlight in comparison with lighter colored patterns. So by picking a dark liner, you will get to save on heating the water in the pool. Conversely, in very hot areas the pool water might become too hot because of a dark liner, in which case light-colored liners would be preferable.

The stock that a liner is printed on is also very important. Bleaching is one of the few factors that are not covered by a liner's warranty, so If you choose a dark pattern, make sure it is printed on dark stock and  light patterns are printed on white This way if the pattern fades out or partially disappears from some areas, it wouldn't clash with the rest of the liner.


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