Before we get to the point shown in this first picture there has been work done already. On any inground liner change we come to your house and measure the pool. We want an exact fit on your liner to insure that it fits right. We do not want it to big and end up having wrinkles. We don't want it to small and end up stretching to much. Even if you have the original build specs for your pool, we still measure. Through experience we have come to find that alot of vinyl pools are not built to specs. Even though a liner will "streeetch" into place if the dimensions for the pool bottom are not right, it will shorten the liner life. We want you to get the longest life possible out of your liner, so we measure to insure a perfect fit before we order you a new liner.
Pumping water out of the pool.
Many homeowners will start pumping the water out of the pool a couple days in advance. We ask you to do this if possible to help us out timewise. Most times the water is down to the point a homeowner can get it, and we finish it up. We use what is called a trash pump to move the bulk of the water. We will also have a couple of regular sump pumps to help with this. If it is not feasible for you to drain any water, we can pump the typical pool down in less than 2 hours.