Like everything else in and around your home, your pool will need occasional repair and renovation in order to keep it looking its best. Repairing and renovating your pool will significantly extend its life so you can keep creating beautiful outdoor memories with your family and friends for years to come.
When renovating a pool, there are three key components – plaster, tile, and coping. Within each category, there are numerous options that enable you to achieve a visually appealing design.
Your budget and desired water color will play a role in the plaster option to select.
With so many materials available, and in varying sizes (2×2”, 3”x3” or 6”), tile sets the tone for your pool – traditional (patterned), minimalist (solid color), natural (modeled design) or dramatic (color-changing). Trim and deco tile on the steps or love seats create enhanced visual interest.
Unless your pool has a cantilever deck, your pool has coping along its perimeter. Standard coping is brick-shaped, although other options can be installed to create a more upscale, one-of-a-kind look. Coping replacement of
- Irregular stone
Timely additional services
Renovating a pool, especially an old one, offers a timely opportunity to evaluate and repair other components of your pool to ensure they are working properly and safely.
- Caulk expansion joint between new coping and deck.
- Pressure test the underground plumbing lines to identify any leaks
- Replace old or damaged underground plumbing lines
- Inspect the skimmers for leaks, and replace if needed
- Replace drain cover to meet Virginia Graham Baker Act requirement for anti-entrapment