Vinyl Liner Pools in Wilson’s Mills

If you think cost and space are keeping you from having your backyard paradise, think again! At Prestige Pools, we design and install custom inground pools in Wilson’s Mills homes that can work with any budget and yard without sacrificing beauty and quality.

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Creating Your Custom Vinyl Pool

We offer an extensive array of custom vinyl pool options so you can get the exact style, shape, and size you need, including:

  • Shapes including kidney, lap pools, and ovals, as well as styling ideas that range from Romanesque to Tropical;
  • Custom waterline treatments with an incredible variety of natural stone, brick, tile, concrete, and other options from which to choose;
  • Automation solutions to reduce maintenance time while keeping your pool clean, including:  automatic chemical feeders, automatic cleaners, automatic pumps and lights, automatic freeze protection, and more;
  • Full landscaping, retaining wall building, and custom water treatment installation capabilities;
  • And much more!

Why Choose an Inground Vinyl Pool

If you want an inground pool installed at your Wilson’s Mills home, but don’t know if it’s time to take the plunge, consider all the benefits you get from a vinyl pool.


Value is probably the number one reason why people choose a vinyl liner pool over concrete or fiberglass. They are significantly lower in price, making it possible for families and homeowners on almost any budget to construct a gorgeous inground pool in their backyard. The money you save in costs can go toward getting accessories and decorations!


Because we use modular panels,  we can create almost any shape you want, from narrow lap pools to spacious round or kidney-shaped pools. Plus, the modular structure makes the installation process much easier and quicker because the materials can all be brought through tight spaces, even on small lots.

Fast Installation

Concrete pools are labor intensive and time consuming. Using the modular panels and a vinyl liner cuts down on the construction and installation time by quite a lot. Instead of spending so much time waiting for your pool to be done, you can spend your time enjoying it!

Durability and Easy Maintenance

Yesterday’s vinyl liners tore and degraded quickly, leading to expensive replacements. Today, vinyl pools are built to last using much stronger and more durable materials than they used to so you can choose a budget-friendly route and be confident that you will be getting a pool that can withstand years of wear and tear. Over time, if the liner is damaged, those areas can be repaired easily just with patching with extra material.

Why Choose Us for Your Inground Vinyl Pool

Prestige Pools has been a family-owned and operated business since we started 25 years ago. This means that our owners are directly involved in each project and ensure the same high standards and expectations for every in-ground pool we build. We are dedicated to providing an excellent experience for our customers, working with them in a collaborative manner with great respect for their vision and their property. Our goal is not only to create a beautiful finished product, but to provide a transparent, stress-free experience from beginning to end.

Vinyl Liner Pools FAQ’s

How Long Does a Pool with a Vinyl Liner Last?

Most vinyl liner manufacturers offer a 20-year pro-rated warranty, however; we find that in order to keep your vinyl liner pool looking the best and operating at the highest performance, most vinyl liner pool owners replace them at the 10 to 12-year mark.

How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Vinyl Pool Liner?

Replacing a vinyl pool liner can vary in price depending on the size of your pool. On average, we can replace a vinyl pool liner for less than $5,000., but we recommend you call our pool experts in order to receive the most accurate quote for your vinyl liner replacement.

What Is Under a Vinyl Liner?

Depending on the experience level and preference of your pool builders, a variety of different materials might be used to establish a base under your vinyl pool liner. Common materials found beneath your vinyl liner include vermiculite, masonry sand, and foam. Vermiculite is the most common material used by pool builders today which has the feel of a dried hard sponge.

How Do You Know When You Need a New Pool Liner?

Several factors affect whether it’s time for a new liner. If high chlorine is sustained in your pool, it may fade and look washed out. Typically, if you’re seeing several rips, cuts, or openings in the liner, it’s time to go ahead and replace it rather than continue to patch it. Lastly, if you are looking for a fresh, new, look for your pool, replacing a vinyl liner is a great option!

How Long Does It Take to Install a Vinyl Pool?

Building a vinyl liner pool typically takes 2-3 weeks from the time we start digging the pool until we add water. This timeframe can vary, depending on the size of the pool that you are looking to have installed. You can learn more about our pool building process or call us today to schedule a consultation with our pool building experts.

Contact Us Today About Custom Vinyl Pools in Wilson’s Mills

Every inground pool we build is built to the needs of each of our customers. Call us today or fill out the form below to schedule a quote or learn more about vinyl liner pools in Wilson’s Mills.

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