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How do I Compare Preformed Pond Liners?

Preformed plastic ponds are often the liner of choice for inexperienced pond owners. 

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10 Reasons Not to Use Preformed Pond Liners

On the surface, it seems like a preformed pond liner might be the best choice. 

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Cost: Comparing Preformed Pond Liners to Flexible Liners

Calculating the cost of a pond goes beyond looking at only the design and installation costs. 

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Maintenance: Preformed Pond Liners vs. Flexible Liners

Maintenance is an important aspect of pond ownership. When done properly, it increases your enjoyment and the longevity of your pond. 

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Changing a Preformed Pond vs Changing a Pond With a Flexible Liner

A pond is an investment that should last a lifetime, and with the proper planning, design, and installation, it can be made to do so. 

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Longevity Disadvantages of Preformed Ponds vs. Flexible Liners

Once installed, how long will your pond last? That’s an important question. 

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Leaks and Repairs: The Disadvantages of Preformed Ponds are Overcome by Flexible Liners

With careful construction techniques and the right choice in liners, you will create a worry-free pond that won’t develop leaks for decades. 

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Material Disadvantages of Preformed Ponds are Solved with Flexible Liners

It’s easy to look at a preformed pond and believe it to be sturdy enough to do the job. 

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Size, Shape, and Depth: Comparing Preformed Ponds to Flexible Liners

Preformed pond liners are often touted as the “answer” to many pond installation dilemmas and as an easy and affordable way to build a pond; however, their marketing claims often fall short.

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What to Choose Instead of a Preformed Pond Liner

It’s easier than you think to choose a pond liner, regardless of the purpose of the pond or your budget.

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The Hidden Cost of Preformed Pond Liners

It’s all too easy to get a quote on a roll of pond liner and then compare that to the cost of a preformed liner at the local hardware store. 

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The Difficulty of Installing Skimmers and Filters in Preformed Pond Liners

Some people assume that the small size or manmade design of their backyard pond eliminates the need for pumps, filters, and skimmers. 

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A Major Disadvantage of Preformed Pond Liners is Changing Them

A pond is an investment for a lifetime. After the hard work of excavation and soil preparation, you have a water feature you can continue to refresh and enjoy for as long as you like with proper care. 

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General Longevity is an Issue for Preformed Pond Liners

Longevity is one of the most important questions to consider when choosing a pond liner. 

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Preformed Pond Liners Leaks are Hard to Spot

With careful construction and the right liner, it’s possible to build a pond that doesn’t develop leaks for decades. 

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Limited Material Choices for Preformed Pond Liners

It’s easy to assume that the rigid materials used for most preformed pond liners makes them more durable than flexible liners. 

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Layout and Shape Problems with Preformed Pond Liners

The exact shape or look of a pond may not matter too much when it’s built for a utilitarian purpose, like watering crops or livestock. 

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Size Limitations of Preformed Pond Liners

A rigid pond liner does more than just limit your options for depth. Thanks to their one-piece design, these preformed liners are only available in a limited size range.

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Preformed Pond Liners Have A Shallow Design Disadvantage

One of the biggest disadvantages of a preformed pond liner is the relatively shallow design. 

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