If you’re looking for a cost-friendly, quality pool to enjoy in the summertime, you cannot go wrong with a vinyl-lined pool. Designed to be customizable, you can easily purchase pre-engineered vinyl pool size or customize your pool based on your property and preferences. From rectangular- to kidney-shaped and lap pools to freeform designs, Blockco Pools offers an extensive array of Michigan vinyl-lined pools. Feel free to add a tasteful design and pattern to your new pool to make it yours.


Do you know what the greatest thing about vinyl-lined pool construction is?  It can take as little as 3 weeks. Whereas concrete pools can take anywhere from 3-6 months to install, you can install a vinyl pool in the middle of the summer and still get your money’s worth out of it.  With a small team of pool experts, your pool will be ready in no time at all.


Vinyl-lined pools are not only easy to customize and install – they are easy to maintain, too.  We recommend monthly scrubbing or vacuuming to eliminate dirt and debris.  And when it comes to chlorine and other added chemicals, it’s best to dissolve chlorine tablets in a bucket of water and then add it to your outdoor pool.  In addition to tending to the water line when you notice scum build-up, vinyl pool maintenance is markedly way easier than other pool types.


Looking to make your vinyl-lined pool a more attractive and valuable investment?  Add-ons – such as steps, tanning ledges, and customized decking – are all possible with vinyl-lined pools.  The options are endless and offer the perfect amount of style for your Michigan summer hangouts.  While you’re at it, consider adding outdoor furniture and fencing to make your pool space more intimate.


Initial costs of a Michigan vinyl lined pools typically start at $35,000, making them a more affordable option than concrete pools – which can cost on average $50,000.  If you’re looking to have a custom-made pool with a handful of add-ons, you can expect to pay more for your dream vinyl pool.


Modern vinyl pools are extremely durable, especially with proper maintenance and upkeep.  Your vinyl liner pool with likely last the lifetime of your home, but you may have to replace the vinyl liner on a semi-regular basis.  Although other factors – such as sunlight and wear-and-tear – play a role in liner replacement, the average vinyl liner typically lasts 10+ years before needing to be replaced.

Overall Takeaways

Michigan vinyl pools offer a low initial cost, customizable shape and size, and easy maintenance for your summer fun.  It’s the perfect pool to consider if you are a first-time home and pool owner.  Contact our pool experts at Blockco Pools to learn more about vinyl pools today.