Contractor uses Merlin, GLI and Latham liners. Worth waiting or will Merlin or Latham work?
Getting ready to have an inground liner pool started. Contractor uses Merlin, GLI and Latham liners. Prefers GLI, but having issues getting them in stock. Worth waiting or will Merlin or Latham work? Want something that will last long.
jen: We have Merlin along with a lot of friends and family and they are all very happy. No issues.
step: Our pool builder also prefers GLI. Took 4 weeks to get our GLI liner this summer.
paul: Prefers might just mean he makes more margin on the sale.
sue: We had our liner replaced this year May 26th & our installer was very happy using Latham. He usually uses GLI & ordered our liner from them, but he didn’t have the correct measurements, so we had to order a completely new liner from Latham because they had a quicker turnaround than GLI (because of the pandemic, everything’s slower w/ shipping/mfg.). To be exact, 15 days from the day order was placed until it arrived at the local warehouse.
dave: Margins on liners from different manufacturers are usually all within 10%. So to the installer it shouldn’t really matter but coming from a service company that does an easy 35 liners in our short season in ct that I prefer gli for one simple reason and a very important reason for the consumer and installer is there customer service. Hands down the best customer service in my area.