AQUAWEVE - Reinforced, Woven Polyethylene Pond Liners — the
Ultimate in Strength
AquaWeve polyethylene liners are engineered to offer great strength in
a light weight liner material. The material is UV stabilized to offer
years of worry free protection against the damaging rays of the sun.
Unlike regular multilayered liners which simply stack the layers of
liner on top of each other, AquaWeveTM liners are woven together. This
gives the ultimate in strength. In fact, AquaWeveTM liners have a tear
strength of 60 psi and a burst strength of 600 psi. Because of its
weight and strength, the AquaWeveTM liner material can be manufactured
in sizes up to 60,000 sq. ft. (in one piece!). Contractors, garden
centers and retailers can call for wholesale pricing!
FIRESTONE BOXED POND LINERS
Firestone PondGard liners are the best EPDM liners on the market! EPDM
liners are the preferred choice for landscapers, nurseries and water
garden installers because they are extremely flexible and very puncture
resistant. Contractors, garden centers and retailers can call for
Fish friendly: PondGard liners have been tested and have proven to be
safe with fish and plants.
Highly flexible: PondGard liners remain flexible in extreme
temperatures, from -40° to +175°F.
Weather resistant: PondGard liners are UV resistant and will not crack
or split with age.
20-Year warranty: PondGard liners are so durable they are under
warranty for 20 years!
EPDM liners are the number one choice for ornamental ponds, waterfalls,
We stock rolls of EPDM Liner in 5-1/2', 10', 15', 20', 25', 30', 35',
40', and 50' widths. We will cut these rolls to your desired length or
we stock several precut liners that are packaged in a decorative box.
Prices per square foot are the same for the cut rolls as the pre-boxed.
EPDM pond liners over 400 square feet are too heavy to ship
UPS. Motor freight will be used for liner shipments over 150
EPDM Liners - Cut to Length
Choose roll width from sizes listed above and we will cut to any
lengths in 1' increments. Multiply width x length x cost per square
foot to get your total cost.