Old homes have older pools, and when remodeling
the site or adding a new landscape, upgrading
the pool is a major part of the project. The simplest
approach may be new pool decks and waterline tile
which transform a dated pool. More expansive remodels
may require replacement of part or all of the
pool shell or bond beam due to leaking or rusted
out steel reinforcement.
Why Remodel Your Pool?
Pools are redone for various reasons, the primary
one is to bring its look and feel up to contemporary
standards. Secondly, old pools may require repairs
to equipment, masonry and mechanical if they are
to remain reliably trouble free. Thirdly, new
technology can add fresh features and energy conservation
to a pool's maintenance and operation. As demolition
exposes underground mechanical, often corrosion,
damage and other problems can force you to replace
more of this unseen infrastructure than you anticipated.
Older pools usually require replacement of the
aging filters and pumps to more contemporary energy
and water efficient upgrades. High capacity filters
eliminate backwashing and require filter clean
out just once a year. Variable speed pumps reduce
energy and save money. Salt water pools eliminate
the need to add chlorine often. LED lighting is
far superior to the old costly bulbs and add color
options for exotic underwater lighting. Energy
efficient heating systems use far less gas or
electricity than older models.
Pool remodeling is a specialty which takes experience
and know how. Green World Pools are well familiar
with remodeling technology. our experience helps
you to avoid unexpected surprises which inevitably
lead to additional costs and extra services.
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