Is your pool needing a face lift? Over the years pools can lose their appeal when they become old, damaged and even outdates. It is becoming more common that people are just wanting tweaks to their pools or even filling it in. There are a number of aspects to a pool rejuvenation which help in its aesthetic appeal. We offer a wide range of effective pool facelifts for existing pools or even create a new one with you.
Relaying Coping and/or Paving
A straight forward and questionably the most effective way to rejuvenate your pool area as well as providing some outdoor areas that way not have been there before. Lifting the old coping and pavers and relaying with new ones will allow you to create a modern look with the copious ranges of products created since the old ones were laid. This is probably the most common form of pool rejuvenation and create good groundwork for further landscaping work in the future.
The style of the pool is a huge aspect of looks, and generally speaking concrete pools are the best to rejuvenate. There are a number of ways you can facelift a concrete pool, and a key one is pool tiling.
Retiling Entire Pool
This is a demanding and time consuming job which can take up to weeks on its own. It is a large job of completely removing all old tiles and adhesive of entire pool, and then completely retiling it top to bottom. The beauty with this is that the pool looks brand new, and you’ve also designed it exactly how you now would want it essentially from scratch – there are hundreds of new tile designs established since the day you had your pool installed years ago.
Rather than retiling the entire pool which takes more time and much more money there is an alternative; pool tiling the borderline. This is a simple yet very effective way to rejuvenate your dreary pool. If you pair it with a new coping stone it gives a modern rejuvenation due to the range of modern tiles, coping and pavers available.
On the other hand, you may want to either move or get rid of the pool in your backyard. Moving a pool is quite difficult and very expensive, and filling in an existing pool can even cost upwards of $15,000. These options also can hit a road block as there are a lot of local councils that don’t actually allow burying of concrete.