Tired of your old pool?
Make it beautiful again!

If your swimming pool is more than 15 years old, or is starting to look a little "dated" to you, then you might be interested in a pool renovation. This can be a simple facelift, or it can be a whole lot more. No matter how old your pool is, it can be renovated to look like a stunning masterpiece that was just built yesterday.

 

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Pool Renovations | After
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After

 

Take a look at more "before" and "after" photos

Take a look at the renovation process, start to finish

Take a look at 77 custom features that you could add to your existing pool

 

 

In the last 10 years, the industry has made tremendous strides in minimizing the amount of maintenance required for a swimming pool. So while you're changing the look of your pool, you have a lot of other options too:

  • Chlorine free systems such as Baquacil or Eco-Smarte
  • Energy efficient heat pumps and solar heaters
  • Energy efficient pumps, filters and plumbing
  • Ozonators (to reduce the use of chlorine)
  • Mineral systems (to stabilize the water)
  • Salt water based chlorine generators
  • Computerized automation systems
  • Built-in automatic pool covers
  • Robotic cleaners

On the beautification side, some of your new options include:

  • Long life aggregate-based interior finishes, such as CrystalStones
  • Waterfalls, water curtains, rain walls, weeping walls
  • Water arches, fountains, bubblers, aerators, scuppers
  • Natural stone or custom acrylic decking
  • Built-in tables, underwater seating
  • Tanning ledges, beach entries
  • Mosaics and all-tile finishes
  • Fiber optic & LED lighting
  • Raised gardens, grottos
  • Fire woks, fire pits
  • You can even add a built-in spa, a vanishing edge or a perimeter overflow feature

Here's the basic step-by-step process of renovating your pool:

  1. Capture the dream - first we must determine what you want your new backyard to look like.
  2. Design it - next we will show you computer-generated before and after photos of your
    backyard
  3. Engineer it - step-by-step plans will be established according to the complexity of your design.
  4. Build it - some or most of the following steps will take place, depending on your project:
    a. Demolition of unwanted materials (typically tile, plaster finishes and/or decking)
    b. "Cut-in" any new features or options (water features, In-floor cleaning, etc.)
    c. Install new plumbing and electrical, as needed
    d. Install new features and finishes
    e. Fill it with water and start swimming!

Before

Existing fiberglass pool with Kool Decking.

 

 

 

 

 

After

New Shotcrete pool with a large sun shelf, new pool tile, an in floor cleaning system, Concrete Paver coping and concrete Paver deck.

 

The raised wall with stone and waterfalls, was also added during renovation.

Before

Existing fiberglass pool with Kool Decking.

 

After

In addition to the concrete pavers – a couple flagstone seating areas were added.

Before

Before pool with old style cap tile and faux flagstone decking.

After

Decking was removed and replaced with Brick to match home and a French Gray Hydrazzo interior.

Before

Leaking Pool with obvious settle cracks.

 

After

Pool with new Mosaic tile; repaired cracks with new Pebble interior; new Travertine coping and deck.

Before

Before pool with kool deck boarder.

 

After

Pool with new waterline tile; new Hydrazzo interior; and Artistic Paver Decking.

Before

Before pool that sat unused for ~8 years.

 

After

Pool with New Paver coping and deck; new waterline tile; new Pebble interior.

Before

Before total renovation of Backyard.

 

 

 

After

New Travertine coping; Paver decking around pool, Travertine decking around new Fire pit and new Cabana; New Pebble interior; New Mosaic Pool Tile.

Before

Before addition of New Spa.

 

After

New elevated Spa with glass tile; 2 sheer descents; New Cedar Arbor.

Before

Before new Cabana.

 

 

After

New Cabana area with Poured concrete bar; which has fossils, shells, glass and Fiber optic “Star” point lights.

Before

Before renovation.

 

 

After

Pool renovated with new In-floor cleaning system; new VGB Channel Drain; new Pebble interior; new waterline tile; new expanded steps and bench.

Before

Before pool with deteriorating marcite interior.

 

 

After

After renovation with new waterline tile; new Cove Blue Pebble interior; new paver remodeling coping and thin paver deck.

Before

Before pool with old marcite plaster; concrete deck and a diving board. When we were prepping the pool, we could chip through the concrete with a hand ax in areas.

After

Pool with new in-floor cleaning system and new shotcrete floor; new Cove Blue Pebble interior; new waterline tile; new Artistic Paver coping and deck.

 

Before

Existing 20 year old pool ready for an update.

 

 

After

New elevated wall; new paver remodel coping and paver deck over existing concrete; new Midnight Blue Pebble interior.

Before

Before new wall.

 

After

After new elevated wall with real stacked stone and cap; one sheer descent and 2 rain falls.

Pool & Spa | Before

Before

Existing pool with degraded interior and Kool Deck.

 

Pool & Spa | After

After

New Pebble interior, New Paver remodel coping, New concrete Paver Deck.

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Before

Existing out dated pool.

 

Pool Renovations | After

After

After removing pool – New 50’ Vanishing Edge Lap Pool was constructed.

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Before

Existing pool with deteriorating marcite and Kool Decking.

 

Swimming Pool Renovations | After

After

New waterline pool tile, New Pebble interior, New Paver remodel coping with New Paver deck over existing concrete.

Pool and Spa | Before

Before

Existing Pool/Spa with Aggregate interior and Acrylic deck.

 

Pool and Spa | After

After

New waterline pool tile, New Pebble interior, New Paver remodel coping with Travertine paver deck over existing concrete.

Pool and Spa | Before

Before

Existing cantilever acrylic steps

Pool and Spa | After

After

After steps have been edged with a New Remodel

Pool | Before

Before

Screened Pool/Spa with light interior, out dated and painted rocks, and cracked concrete deck.

 

 

Pool | After

After

Existing shape is about all that stayed. Deck was removed and new travertine coping and deck was installed – extending the old deck area. New pebble interior and new waterline tile.

Swimming Pool & Spa | Before

Before

Removed existing spa, fence and deck.

 

 

 

Swimming Pool & Spa | After

After

Added new spa, added a Beach entry, added faux rock work / waterfalls, added gazebo (See attached picture), added travertine pavers, added a fire pit, updated equipment, and re-did landscaping.

Pool & Spa | Before

Before

Removed existing spa, fence and deck.

 

 

 

Pool & Spa | After

After

Added new spa, added a Beach entry, added faux rock work / waterfalls, added gazebo (See attached picture), added travertine pavers, added a fire pit, updated equipment, and re-did landscaping.

Swimming Pool & Spa | Before

Before

Removed existing spa, fence and deck.

 

 

 

Swimming Pool & Spa | After

After

Added new spa, added a Beach entry, added faux rock work / waterfalls, added gazebo (See attached picture), added travertine pavers, added a fire pit, updated equipment, and re-did landscaping.

Pool & Spa | Before

Before

Removed existing spa, fence and deck.

 

 

 

Pool & Spa | After

After

Added new spa, added a Beach entry, added faux rock work / waterfalls, added gazebo (See attached picture), added travertine pavers, added a fire pit, updated equipment, and re-did landscaping.

 

Here's the basic step-by-step process of renovating your pool:

  1. Capture the dream - first we must determine what you want your new backyard to look like.
  2. Design it - next we will show you computer-generated before and after photos of your backyard
  3. Engineer it - step-by-step plans will be established according to the complexity of your design.
  4. Build it - some or most of the following steps will take place, depending on your project:
    a. Demolition of unwanted materials (typically tile, plaster finishes and/or decking)
    b. "Cut-in" any new features or options (water features, In-floor cleaning, etc.)
    c. Install new plumbing and electrical, as needed
    d. Install new features and finishes
    e. Fill it with water and start swimming!

Demolition of old materials:

 

 

"Cut in" as required for new features:

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Begin installation of new features, such as tile:

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Install the new custom rock wall:

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Layout the new custom stone decking and waterfall:

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Complete the decking installation with mortar:

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Install the new custom paver decking materials:

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Install the coping around the perimeter:

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Install the new plaster finish (in this case, "Lagoon Gray"):

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Fill with water, and the new pool is ready for swimming!

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