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Liner Specialist, LLC BBB Business Review

One of the LARGEST GLI volume installers in the Midwest.


Let the experts at Liner Specialist LLC install your next in ground pool liner and save hundreds of dollars over the competition!


Our manufacturers use computers to design and precision cut every liner to ensure the best fit possible using today’s technology.
Our manufacturers use only the finest quality virgin vinyl combined with UV inhibitors, bleach-resistant inks and fungicides to give
your liner the longest life possible.

GLI – Postcard Pricing
GLI Pool Products offers the largest selection of inground pool liners available in the region, including your choice of various color and vinyl thickness (mil) options. The selections are nearly endless and the attention to detail you will receive from our pool professionals is unmatched.

Our team of experienced designers handcrafts each liner pattern and our experts are happy to walk you through a myriad of options to ensure they match your personal style and sophistication, as well as to help create a fun and spectacular backyard atmosphere that captures your true essence!

Latham – Postcard Pricing
Latham Pool Products offers an extensive array of designer patterns. Our innovative Ultra-Seam® technology elevates our liners to an entirely new category. This exclusive process makes floor seams stronger and virtually invisible, so there’s nothing that gets in the way of the picture-perfect beauty of your pool! Now standard on every Latham Liner.


Considerations for choosing a pattern and thickness of your new vinyl liner

Natural Lighting

Your pool’s placement and the amount of sunlight can determine whether you choose a darker or lighter color. Darker colors can absorb heat while lighter colors generally reflect it. Also, darker colors tend to look a little murkier in the shade, which is why some people decide to go with a light-colored liner when their pools receive very little sunlight.

Natural Look

Some people choose liners that resemble the natural ocean look. A dark blue liner mimics the deep waters while absorbing some sunlight and naturally warming the water.

For those that want a more classic blue pool opt for the medium to light blues. These liners reduce the amount of sunlight they absorb and are typically a little cooler.


Pool liners come in many patterns and borders such as tile, natural stone, marble and other designs. If you dont like the look of a bordered pool liner you can always choose to go with the bottom pattern all the way up to the coping for a more uniform look. Different patterns can provide a variety of visual depths to the look of your outdoor oasis. Choose the vinyl liner pattern that you like the best!



Pool liners come in different thickness, referred to as mil. The mil is actually 1/1000 th of an inch. The most common is the 20 mil which is equal to .020 of an inch. There are other thicker liners on the market today such as 27 mil = .027, 28 mil = .028 or 30 mil = .030.

Some factors that affect the life of a liner are the amount of exposure to direct sunlight, water chemistry, pets, improper chemicals used for cleaning your liner and defective/damaged maintenance equipment.

Although the thicker liner DOES NOT have a longer warranty than the thinner liner. The thicker liners theoretically should withstand a little more wear and tear and should take longer for the sun and properly maintained chemicals to cause deterioration to a point of failure.

Which pool liner thickness should you choose?

Oftentimes people ask us which liner material is “better:” the 20 mil or the 27/28 mil?

The majority of liners we replace are replaced with the 27/28 mil but the most important choice is not the thickness of the material, but the liner pattern that you choose.

You shouldn’t pass on your first pattern choice just to get the thicker material.

You are going to be looking at that pattern in your backyard oasis for the next seven years or more. Ultimately, the pattern you choose should outweigh the thickness of your liner material. It is what you think looks the best that matters.

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Due to different manufacturer pricing models and their shipping rates;
some manufacturers will incur an additional cost
in order to make them available.



You can see who we've worked with near you that you might know for a reference by browsing our hierarchical portfolio directory below. For swimming pool liner replacement, cities we serve include Alexandria, Amberley, Amelia, Beckett Ridge, Bellevue, Blue Ash, Bridgetown, Burlington, Cherry Grove, Cheviot, Cincinnati, Cold Spring, Covedale, Covington, Crescent Springs, Dayton, Deer Park, Delhi Hills, Dent, Dillonvale, Dry Run, Edgewood, Elsmere, Erlanger, Fairfield, Finneytown, Florence, Forest Park, Forestville, Fort Mitchell, Fort Thomas, Fort Wright, Francisville, Fruit Hill, Golf Manor, Greenhills, Groesbeck, Hamilton, Hebron, Highland Heights, Independence, Kenwood, Landen, Lebanon, Lockland, Loveland, Ludlow, Mack, Madeira, Mariemont, Mason, Miami Heights, Milford, Monfort Heights, Monroe, Montgomery, Mount Carmel, Mount Healthy, Mount Repose, Mulberry, New Burlington, Newport, North College Hill, Northbrook, Northgate, Norwood, Oakbrook, Pleasant Run, Pleasant Run Farm, Reading, Ross, Saint Bernard, Salem Heights, Sharonville, Sherwood, Silverton, South Lebanon, Southgate, Springdale, Summerside, Taylor Mill, The Village of Indian Hill, Turpin Hills, Union, Villa Hills, Walton, White Oak, Withamsville, Woodlawn, and Wyoming.