Recent Review: I needed a pool liner replacement. My liner was 8 years old, faded in areas and somewhat brittle. Worse yet, late last summer a raccoon ate large holes in one corner down to the water line seeking insects that had gotten behind. I patched it OK, but knew I really was due for a new liner. I am very knowledgeable on pool equipment and chemistry including salt water pools - in fact as an engineer I have written articles on these subjects. I have had salt water pools for over 30 years, starting in Houston. I have installed pumps, filters and salt water systems for myself and friends, but I don't do liners. So after searching the BBB, Angie's list and Goin' Swimmin's web site, I called them. Clayton Bechard, the owner, made the initial visit. I was impressed with his pool knowledge and honest approach. He had a large selection of liner samples. My wife chose a new pebble bottom design with a 20 mil base and 27 mil walls. This new pattern had much improved seaming technology as well, as Clayton pointed out. Clayton specified foam in the corners behind the liner to make the corners more solid and discourage another raccoon attack. My pool is a Lazy L, shape, not the easiest to accurately measure, but Clayton's guys did an outstanding job, generating CAD drawings to capture all the key dimensions for custom manufacture of the liner, which took just over two weeks. I have had four liners in this pool since 1982 and this is the best fit by far. Clayton's guys came on schedule, made the necessary touch-up repairs to the pool base and installed the liner. After filling the pool, they installed the necessary start-up chemicals. They were courteous, worked hard and picked up stuff afterward. My wife and I were very pleased with Goin' Swimmin'. We plan to have them come back in the fall to install a safety cover.