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Past its “Best Before Date” is the best description of this pool when we were called to advise. Upgrading of the circulation system was the main concern due to massive water loss. While the pool was exposed, we were able to address the other issues that are not visible or diagnosable when a pool has a liner in it.
Another excellent example of a “Lazy L” shape conversion. The photos speak for themselves. Most times, the pool owner doesn’t come in asking for this conversion as they don’t realize that its possible. The designer will expose these shape options during their discovery conversation.
When a pool is well cared for with immaculate water balance the pool can look amazing for many years. Innovations in walk in stairs, water feature lighting and decking surfaces can take what was a nice space and transform it into a spectacular showpiece of your home with greatly enhanced functionality
The existing pool was approximately 35 years old. The homeowners had just purchased the house and wanted to totally renovate the pool and back yard. The existing pool was a 16ft x 40ft Lazy ‘L’, with a fiberglass spa/step extending out of the shallow end. The pool had a 3ft perimeter of concrete with a small patio area that combined concrete and interlock pavers. The pool also had the original wide 6” aluminum patio coping. The pool and patio area was dated and the homeowners wanted something more contemporary. They had a large family with small children and were looking for a number of items. They wanted the pool to have an automatic pool cover for safety reason, a larger concrete patio area for entertaining, and they wanted updated pool lighting as well as some kind of water feature to enhance the pool and the large back yard.
“Why does my pool liner get air behind it every spring?” was the question that brought this client to us. This is not air but water coming from the ground when the snow melts or when there is a heavy rain. Our design team came up with a solution that gave this customer back a yard for the kids, and a pool that is safe, secure and worry free.
When a pool liner starts to fade it is not just the pattern that is degraded, a leaking pool can erode the pool floor. This customer was selling his home and wanted to be sure that the new owners had as good of an experience as he had with his family over the years. He wanted the liner changed and any floor issues dealt with prior to the sale.
A Full L shaped pool is like having 2 pools in one! A full shallow end and a full deep end. This Crestview pool needed a new liner, circulation system as well as new broom finished concrete decking. Once the walls were exposed, there was also some corroded steel to deal with. It was originally built for the kids in the 80’s and is now ready for the grandchildren.
Great question! Most people like to change their pool liner in the spring as it effects the pool usage least....or so they think! The best time for your pool structure is to replace the pool liner in the heat of the summer when the ground conditions are dry and stable. The process is pretty fast and we can easily accommodate this when your family is at the cottage for a couple days. Other than that, an autumn liner replacement works great for many folks. The great news is that we change pool liners April into October so there is lots of time to get you and your family swimming
There is a lot of steps that go into changing your pool liner. What most people find surprising is that more than half of them occur before we even start to drain the water from your pool. What we find on average is that from the day the existing pool is drained until the day you are able to swim again is about 7 days.
We have 5 pool crews building dreams every day there is no snow. The sooner you click here to book your appointment with our team to discuss options the quicker we can get your pool looking beautiful! :D