We enjoy helping customers turn their current pool into something that excites them for years to come. The value of fun, updated pool can inject new life into your home. Our significant expertise can guide you in the right direction and we offer dynamic remodel solutions you may not have considered before.
If your Swimming Pool is more than 10-15 years old or is starting to look a little “dated” to you, then you might be interested in a pool remodel. This can be a simple update, or it can be a whole lot more. It does not matter how old your pool is, it can be updated and remodeled to look like an entertaining wonderland that will save you time and energy, and turn heads for years to come.
Our company utilizes the most modern pool technology available. Choose from different interior surfaces, decking, coping, special pool lighting, and water features. The overall structure of your pool is established but you would be surprised at how many ways you can modernize the design. Add amazing waterfalls for that lagoon appearance or add a spa as a wonderfully convenient way to address stress.
In the last 8-12 years, the pool industry has made major advances in reducing the amount of maintenance required for a swimming pool. Consequently, you have many other options as well:
Want to modernize the look of your pool? There are many new options, which include:
Other options include: add a built-in spa, a vanishing edge, or convert to a perimeter overflow swimming pool.
Designing your Pool
To begin your pool project, it helps to first answer a few questions. The answers to the following questions enable our professional design team to create a renovation uniquely tailored to your families’ lifestyle and needs:
Pool Size, Shape and Special Features
Your Dream Pool can be a Reality
Tile Styles for your Pool
Pool tiles can transform the look of your pool and give it a unique custom appearance. Our experienced Design Team will assist you in choosing the shape and color of a pool tile layout. You have many options … Some people prefer amazing blue tiles to line the wall of their pool. Others desire the more environmental earth tone tiles uniquely placed around their pool. We will assist you in drawing the dream vision of your pool every step of the way.
There is a wide range of tile styles, looks, and pricing. Much of this depends on the material chosen (glass, ceramic, porcelain, etc) and the manufacturer. We use a thin-set mortar & grout material – we use the appropriate materials for the type and size of tile you choose. Our energy is focused on ensuring the integrity of the installation and the lasting beauty of the tile.
Coping allows you to customize the look of your pool. The perfect coping completes the border between your pool and decking or landscaping – it is a critical accent. There is a wide variety of materials available for coping installation. For your Pool Remodeling , several items will dictate which material is best to use for each renovation situation: a) the thickness and width of the existing coping, b) the overall look you have in mind, and c) cost. In many cases, flagstone coping is less expensive than limestone coping and is installed where a customer desires a more rugged, natural look. Limestone and travertine are used where modern, smooth lines will align with the shape of your pool.
The deck design can transform your backyard appearance and create a wonderful entertainment area.
Are your decks in such bad shape that sections are falling away from the pool? If so, then pool remodeling should include upgrading your pool’s deck. Custom stonework, travertine, pavers, poured concrete, decorative concrete, stamped and colored concrete– we have your pool ideas covered!
Tile design and pool decking can be the backdrop for the entire pool entertainment space. Are you looking for a courtyard feel, a modern look, or a natural environment? Because your decking pulls together your backyard feel, choose from flagstone, interlocking pavers, and many other options such as textured or stained concrete. Decking is a critical choice for the overall environmental feel you’re trying to achieve.
As a pool owner, you will typically spend more time on your pool deck than actually inside your swimming pool. During a pool remodel, it is important to choose a decorative concrete, stone, or wood pool deck that is attractive and provides a safe non-slip surface for entertaining and simply socializing.
As part of your pool remodeling, there are many types of tile decks. Tile often does a great job replicating wood, stone, marble, or brick. Because tile is not difficult to install, you can make your existing deck larger if you have space. You can find different shapes and sizes from specialty dealers, but the square is the most popular.
Pavers are very popular for Pool Remodeling. Pavers come in a number of different sizes, colors, and shapes. Brick Pavers, Concrete Pavers, and Travertine Pavers are some of the most common pool remodeling deck pavers. In your Pool Remodel, Pavers can create a range of looks to suit any pool deck. Safety is one of the key features that pool deck pavers offer. Pool deck pavers have high wear and tear resistance and have a non-slip surface that will last a long time.
Stone decking is available in many shapes, sizes, and colors. It is a wonderful method for adding a natural aesthetic to your yard. For Pool Remodeling, stone decking is the most popular choice for homeowners who have designed a natural-looking swimming pool with boulders and cascading waterfalls. The stone finish Pool Deck Resurfacing is done by embedding large stones, finely cut into a layer of concrete. This type of pool deck resurfacing is probably the best type of finish, as it not only looks good but has many advantages over the other methods of pool deck resurfacing. Another great advantage of this surface is that it provides natural friction – it is almost slip-proof.
Should I Re-Plaster?
For Pool Remodeling, there are three questions will help you make this important decision.
#1 Do you experience water loss in your pool?
Water loss can occur based on any number of problems. First, cracks in a swimming pool structure can show up through the plaster surface. Also, water can leak through many of the points around a pool (return inlets, light fixtures, etc). If your pool is losing water from somewhere other than plumbing, resurfacing may be a good solution combined with other work. For pools, we use the plaster manufacturers’ recommended product and procedure for preparation.
#2 Is your pool surface really rough?
As plaster gets older, or because of improper chemistry, its surface becomes rough by etching or begins scaling Our typical method of “start-up” (pool care for the first several weeks of plaster life) allows for a smooth-but-not-slick surface designed to add years of life to the plaster. It makes for a comfortable swim experience.
3# Do you like the current optics & look of your pool?
For your pool remodeling project, consider your pool an open canvas on which you can customize the look of your pool. We offer many aggregate finishes in a wide variety of attractive and resilient options that may suit your taste in style and color.
For concrete or gunite pools , plaster is the most desirable finish. It comes in several forms and many color choices. When applied properly, and with no underlying structural problems, plaster provides a barrier between the structure of the pool and the water in which you swim.