Canadian General Tower has debuted two new floor patters for the 2016 season. Electric HD is a new take on the Aquarius floor. Printed on a new base film, it has a lot of pop and really stands out in the sunlight. It will be available without a boarder...Read More
After one of the worst winters across the country in recent memory we're happy that the weather is starting to turn and the ice is melting away. We couldn't be happier to see pools starting to open and the pool season coming to. We're also happy to unveil the new patterns for 2014.Read More
We are excited to debut our new Vinyl Patterns for 2012. Samples will be sent out over the winter and they will be available for new liner orders in time for spring.
We are happy to announce the new patterns for inground vinyl liners for 2010.
We get asked often enough, "How do you measure a for a replacement liner for an above ground pool?" Having just replied to one of these questions I figured I'd take that as an opportunity to re-purpose it on the site. Between Oval and Round pools there are very minor differences when it comes to measuring. For an oval you need to measure both the length and the width, on a round pool the diameter is needed. You should check that the measurement is consistent at a few points around the pool.
We also like to have the perimeter of the pool. Having the perimeter measurement allows us to double check and adjust a cutom liner to ensure that the liner will fit your pool. To do that you usually need a cloth tape measure, about a 100 foot long should work, and you measure around the top on the steel wall, under the top rail, where the liner overlaps (for overlap pools) or the bead clips in (for beaded pools).
The last piece of information needed is thewall height. Measure the distance from the top of the cove or sand bottom to the top of the wall (where the overlap or bead receiver is).
If we get this information, and it's acurate, we can ensure you'll be swimming in a fresh pool again in no time.