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Which Liner is Right for You?

Combos include underlayment that protects your liner and extends the warranty.


45 mil EPDM Combos

60 mil EPDM Liner Combo Flexability
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60 mil EPDM Combos

60 mil Pond Liner Flexability
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20 mil PVC COMBOS

20 mil PVC Liner Flexability
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20 mil LLDPE COMBOS

20 mil Poly
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Extend Pond Liner Warranty Add underlayment to your liner

The biggest contributors to pond liners failing are poor, unstable soil conditions and rips and tears from rocks and boulders. Shifting soil creates pockets and voids under your pond liner, forcing it to stretch under the weight of the water. Rocks and boulders placed on and around your water feature create aesthetically pleasing visual focal points. They can also penetrate, tear and harm your liner.

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Liner Seam Repair

Liner Seaming & Repair

A rip or tear in a liner does not mean you have to buy an entirely new piece or roll of liner. Instead choose from one of our many Pond Liner Repair products. We have kits that come with everything you need to seam or repair your liner, as well as individual products that can help if you already have some of the parts that are included in kits.


"What Size Liner Do I Need?

The formula for sizing a pond liner is simple.

Pond Length + (2 Times Depth) + 2' = Liner Length
Pond Width + (2 Times Depth) + 2' = Liner Width


For example: if you want a finished pond 12' long and 7' wide and 3' deep then the liner size you need is:

12' + (2 x 3') + 2' = 20' Liner Length
7' + (2 x 3') + 2' = 15' Liner Width


This basic formula will work for all pond shapes.

"How Many Gallons is My Pond?"

The formula for determining the number of gallons of water in a pond is also simple.

For Square and Rectangular Ponds
Length times Width times Depth times 7.5 = Gals

For Round Ponds:
Radius times Radius times 3.14 times X average depth X 7.485 = Gals

The gallons in our sample pond (left) is:

112 x 7 x 2 x 7.485 = 1,260 Gals