If you have a vinyl pool, the vinyl liner may need to be replaced every six to eight years. When it comes time to replace the existing pool liner, Doheny's is dedicated to working with you to customize and design the correct size and shape liner for your pool. A new liner can brighten your pool and give you an updated look.

Signs That It's Time to Replace Your Pool Liner

  • Fading and Staining. The liner will naturally fade over time, but fading above the waterline is a good indication that it is time to replace the liner. Rust stains or algae buildup that are hard to remove are also good signs a new liner is needed.
  • Slipping and stretching. You may notice looseness around the return jets and skimmer, or that the liner is slipping out of the coping track. All of these are signs that the liner has lost its elasticity and it needs to be replaced.
  • Leaking. When you notice you are continually adding water to the pool to maintain the water level there may be a hole or tear in the liner. You may be able to temporarily patch it, but ultimately you may need to replace the liner.
  • Outdated. Your liner may be approaching eight years, and you want a new, fresh liner in your pool.
  • Wall Damage. Don't wait this long!

Measure Your Pool

Download the Pool Measuring Guide/Liner Request Form

Read the "In-ground Liner Measuring Form" to familiarize yourself with the eight steps for measuring your pool for a vinyl liner. Follow each step, and fill out the form completely. Be sure to include your name, address, and contact information so we can send you your FREE informational video and quote for your liner.

Call Doheny's custom department at 1-800-574-7665 (Option 3) with any questions.


Email the completed form to: [email protected]

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Mail the completed form to:

Doheny's Custom Sales

10411 80th Avenue

Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

Doheny makes it easy for you to provide accurate measurements of your pool. It is critical that your measurements are precise, as vinyl liners are customized specifically for you. By following the guidelines in the "In-ground Liner Measuring Form" your vinyl liner will be just what you ordered!

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