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EPDM Rubber Pond Liners

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$158.95

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PDEPDM1010

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  • Heath - Jan 17th 2023

    4
    Very workable liner, easy to handle.

    "I recently installed an EPDM Rubber Pond Liner from Dripworks and it was a easy to work with. The liner is made of high-quality materials and fit my pond perfectly and has held up well under water."

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Product unavailable for order online. Contact us at support@dripworks.com or call us Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM PST for a shipping quote or to order.

See our Pond Liner Estimator to determine the size of liner needed.

Easy to install and maintain, flexible and durable. EPDM Pond Liners are an easy way to ensure the life and health of your pond for many years to come. For inground applications only.

Benefits of EPDM Rubber Liners:

  • Safe for humans, animals and the environment
  • Protects and gives your pond a beautiful, natural look
  • Life expectancy up to 20 years, with full sun exposure
  • Pre-cut, 45 mil EPDM rubber is durable and produced to the strictest specifications
  • Keep your pond healthy by using pond care products

To reduce the chance of punctures and to protect your liner, we recommend using Geotextile Material.

Call 800.522.3747 for a freight quote, if you need to order a larger sized liner, or with any other questions.

For more information about ordering and shipping liners see our Pond Liner Shipping Information.

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