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Ft. Worth Pool Renovation, Remodel & Replaster Services

When it has been well-constructed and is properly maintained, a swimming pool can last for decades and still look great. Even the nicest pools, however, will eventually start to look outdated. If your pool’s age is showing or you’re not getting as much use as it could because it has seen better days—renovating your pool may be a great home improvement project for you to consider.

Enjoying your swimming pool is easy when it’s safe, comfortable, and fitted with modern features. But as your pool ages, it may lose the comfort and functionality that made it so attractive and enjoyable in the first place. Revitalizing your swimming pool with a professional pool renovation can make your swimming pool feel like new all over again. Here are some reasons why you should consider renovating your pool:

Revamped Look and Feel
With exposure to the weather and sun, your pool’s beauty can fade over time. Discoloration, staining, and damage to the pool deck and tiling can make your pool seem uninviting. Renovations such as replastering your pool, installing a spa, or upgrading landscaping and lighting features can make hanging out at the pool with your family and friends more fun.

Resurface Your Pool and Pool Deck
Are you tired of looking at and walking on your old plaster pool deck? With the help of an experienced pool contractor, you can transform your drab pool deck into a brilliant, safe, and comfortable walking area made from a pebble or quartz aggregate.

Safety and Functionality Upgrades
Another reason to renovate your swimming pool is to update functionality and safety. Aging pools will eventually need repairs, maintenance, and updates to ensure proper operation and safety. A comprehensive renovation of your swimming pool may include replacing old filters, pumps, plumbing, lighting, and drains, all of which are necessary to keep your pool clean and safe.

Updated Technology and Features

Advancements in pool technology can make your swimming pool much more cost-efficient to operate. Features like high capacity filters, variable speed pumps, saltwater, LED lighting, and energy-efficient pool heating systems allow you to maintain ideal swimming conditions at much lower costs. These upgrades can help you save money in the long term while still enjoying a renovated pool now.

Upgrade Your Pool Lights
When it comes to modern pool lighting, homeowners have impressive design options. Swap out your current pool light with an LED bulb to save energy and increase the aesthetic appeal of your lighting. A pool contractor can also line your pool deck with lights or even install color-changing lights that enhance the mood of your pool and spa.Other signs that your pool is due for a renovation include evidence of cracks in expansion joints, stained plaster, cracked tiles, and ineffective pool liners. If your pool deck is cracked, stained, or otherwise damaged, you may also want to consider renovating your pool and pool area.

Cracked Plaster or Tile
As with any flooring, age can cause the tile or plaster of a swimming pool to crack. Not only does this look unattractive, but is also extremely dangerous for those using the pool area. Cracked plaster or tile can easily injure or trip anyone who comes into contact with it, so it’s important to immediately repair the damage. If only a few tiles or a small area of plaster is cracked, a simple patch may do the trick. However, if there is widespread damage, a complete renovation may be required.

Pool Leaks
A pool leak can be difficult to locate without the help of a professional, and they may be more common than you think. Pool leaks can cost you thousands of dollars in water bills if left untreated, forfeiting about 30,000 gallons of water every month. If you suspect you have a pool leak, contact a professional as soon as possible. Be as discerning as you can; those few inches of water may not have evaporated after all.

Understanding how to tackle renovations begins with determining what your pool needs. The first step is an in-depth discussion and planning phase with our pool renovation specialists. At this point, you will discuss the goals you have for your pool and how to incorporate changes so you get the most enjoyment out of this feature of your home.

Pulliam Pools is staffed by two renovation specialists, each of whom has a wealth of experience and brings great qualities to the table. Tom Wood has a background in construction management, derives pleasure from working with homeowners, and loves the outdoors. Joe Coppola has many years of experience and has been involved in developing new deck applications. He loves visiting with customers to see how he can help with renovating their outdoor pool or spa and embraces a customer’s decisions.