Renovating Swimming Pools
Now we are approaching spring it’s time to repair and renovate your swimming pool.
- Refurbish a liner pool by replacing the vinyl liner.
- Convert a leaking concrete pool to a liner pool.
- Replacing a pump that has stopped working, leaking pipework, skimmers, lights. damaged or loose stone coping, paving,
- Re-tiling and grouting.
Repair the pool while it’s not in use or begin a renovation that’s been on your “to do list”.
Renovate your swimming pool to its original look:
- Change old stone coping.
- Clean and pressure wash around the pool.
- Repair any structural defects.
- Re-plaster defective surfaces.
- install new pipework.
- Change a frost damaged skimmer and returns.
- Replace the liner-lock.
- New pool liner
- Panel pools remove and replace rusted steel panels or change to block and liner construction.
- Refurbish tiles and mosaics.
- Install on-site vinyl lining.
Other choices are:
- Have your swimming pool renovated and looking brand new again.
- Build a new a new pool within the existing pool.
- Build a swimming pool in different location. This has been done before where the existing pool is beyond help.
- Choose to back-fill your existing pool and change it to a garden or put decking across in case one day you or the next owner of your house decides to want the pool reinstated.
- Change a pool to a pond this can be done to look like a natural pond with added plants.
Start your swimming pool renovating. Remember the longer it’s left the further the pool will degrade.
John Cox TnISPE Oxford Bristol Cardiff Gloucester Hereford Monmouthshire England and Wales