How to Measure Your Above Ground Swimming Pool for a Replacement Liner

Measure twice, order once! Our simple measuring guide makes it is easy to measure your pool.  

Remember to double check your measurements for the perfect fit.

Measuring your pool is easier if you have another person helping you.  Never assume your pool is standard.  All manufactures produce pools differently therefore all pools are different.   Actual measurement should be taken of the pool even if you have the original plans.  Installers may not have followed the plans and instructions precisely.

Please supply all measurements in feet and inches.  Round your measurements to the nearest whole inch.  Do not make allowances for stretch or shrinkage.  These calculations are made at our manufacturing facility.

Please enter your name, address, phone number and or cell number on each page.  Your form must be signed for the liner to be made.  Make copies of the forms, you may need to refer to them if we have any questions

Round Pool Liners

If you have a round above ground pool, measure the diameter straight across the center of the pool at a couple of different spots, inside the top of the pool liner wall to inside the top of the opposite wall. Do not use the ledge as it hangs over the edge of the pool wall.   Above ground pools can shift slightly (becoming less round in spots), so taking the average of 2 or 3 measurements is the best way to be accurate.  Do not round off the number to the nearest foot give the exact measurement.  To measure the depth of the pool you need to measure the outside of the pool wall.  If you are unable to measure the outside of the pool wall we recommend that you order an overlap liner.

Oval Pool Liners

If your above ground pool is oval, you will want to measure the length from end to end at the center of the pool, and the width in 2 or 3 spots. Then, take the average width from your measurements. Measure inside the top of the pool liner wall to inside the top of the opposite inside wall. Do not use the ledge as it hangs over the edge of the pool wall. We will need the measurement for the length and the width.  .  To measure the depth of the pool you need to measure the outside of the pool wall.  If you are unable to measure the outside of the pool wall we recommend that you order an overlap liner.

Rectangular Pool Liners

If your above ground pool is rectangular, measure the length and width and be sure to note what type of corners your pool has. Some rectangular pools have square 90 degree corners, some pools have diagonal corners and some have rounded corners.  If you are ordering a stock rectangular pool liner, those will have with 90 degree (square) corners.

Pool Wall

When you measure the height of your pool wall, measure from outside the pool (not inside the pool), from the bottom rail to just under the top rail to ensure the most accurate pool wall height. Above Ground pools should have cove and or sand on the inside of the pool.  This will cause the measurement to be wrong if you measure the inside of the pool.

Round and Oval Above ground pools typically have 48 inch, 52 inch or 54 inch high walls.  Rectangle pools have many depths.














 



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