A swimming pool can be a wonderful addition to your home or garden, but when it stops functioning or no longer fits its intended purpose, it can become an eyesore and waste of space. There are many reasons why pool renovation might be the option for you, such as if you’ve brought a new home and want the pool to fit your aesthetic or just want to update your pre-existing one to a newer model. It is also common to get your pool replaced if it has a leak or the materials used for the initial build start looking worn out. A pool renovation may also be the most suitable to your needs since it allows for bespoke alterations to the pre-existing pool meaning it may be considerably cheaper and take less time than a full replacement or even a complex repair job.
The Planning Stage
Before the actual renovation starts, it is important to explore all the options available to you. By exploring what is on the market you increase the chances of finding exactly what you want your pool to look like. The duration of time this can take varies depending on how long it takes to find what you’re looking for; it is recommended that you take a couple of weeks to look into what you would like, scheduling consultations with professionals along the way. Our consultants can also advise you on what may work well in tandem with the location of your pool alongside providing guidance specifically on which parts of your pool you may need to renovate or replace. If you require any advice from one of our specialists, please get in touch.
Getting Rid of the Old
Depending on the size of the renovation that you are trying to carry out we will need to do anything from chipping away old tiles to fully demolishing a part of the pool in order to rebuild it, this may take roughly 2 weeks but heavily depends on the difficulty of the job that is required.
Bringing in the New
Now that the old remnants of your pool that are no longer required are disposed of, we are ready to move onto the creation of your new dream pool. As was the case with getting rid of the old pool this stage can vary heavily depending on the difficulty of the task but generally takes between one and three weeks, things like reshaping the pool or adding beach entry would push toward that three-week mark while simple aesthetic changes may only take several days. Once all your changes are complete you can enjoy your brand-new dream pool knowing that it is safe and functional for the whole family while also having added years to its life span saving you money and time on its general maintenance.
How Long Did It Take to Renovate my Pool?
From start to finish your pool renovation will take between four and eight weeks depending on the specific changes required alongside things like delivery times, availability of materials and your contractor’s schedule. It is recommended that you schedule your pool renovation for the autumn or winter months in order to make your dream pool ready for use in the summer months.
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