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Firestone EPDM 1.02m Rubber Pond Liners 16 Ft (4.88m) Wide

£12.00 £12.00
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SKU:
Firestone-16ft
Availability:
Delivery: Please Allow 3 Business Days From Dispatch Date
Minimum Purchase:
1 unit
Maximum Purchase:
100 units
Liner-Roll-Width-Metre:
4.8m
Liner-Roll-Width-Feet:
16ft
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Firestone EPDM 1.02m Rubber Pond Liners 16 Ft (4.88m) Wide

Roll width 16 Foot (4.88metres) cost shown is price per linear foot (.3048 metres) off the roll e.g. if you select 8 you will have ordered an 8ft x 16ft wide liner. Special sizes available to order up to 100 ft x 50ft please email us via contact form

Gordon Low Pond Liners...

Creating a pond using flexible liners gives you the ultimate freedom in terms of design, shape and depth. It is easy to build in shelves surrounding deeper zones or a shallow beach area. The larger the pond, the thicker and more robust the liner should be. To protect the liner from damage, from items such as stones and roots, you should always use a dedicated protective layer under the liner.

Firestone 1.0mm EPDM Rubber Liner

  • Black EPDM rubber liner for medium sized to large ponds
  • 1.0mm thickness
  • Particularly robust and stretchy material
  • UV resistant
  • Cold resistant
  • Tear resistant
  • Ozone resistant
  • Lifetime guarantee

Protecting Your Pond Liner Investment

Replacing a pond liner once installed can be time consuming and expensive. Using a pond liner protective matting otherwise know as pond liner underlay will protect your liner from most stones and roots.

Light Duty Protective Matting 150GSM

Great for smaller ponds where you have clean soil and low risk of root invasion from trees etc.

Heavy Duty Protective Matting 250GSM

Recommended for all larger ponds or where stones naturally occur in the soil, this protective liner will also protect from most root invasion.

Building a wildlife pond? Consider using underlay on top of your liner.

If building a wildlife pond, it is worth considering placing the protective matting over and under your pond liner if putting soil directly into your pond, click here for info on building a wildlife pond.