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Unlike above ground pools, inground pools come with a lot of variables in construction which can make the task of getting a replacement inground swimming pool liner a daunting one. However, with the right knowledge and patience, properly measuring for a new inground pool liner can be a simple process.
Unfortunately, it’s starting to get to that time of the year again. Colder weather is on the horizon and before you know it, it's going to be time to start planning on closing your pool for the winter. Winterizing your pool the right way can save you a lot of time and hundreds or thousands of dollars when you go to open your pool in the spring.