Tired of your old pool? Want to renovate it and 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.



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:


  • Water Features & Gas Heaters from 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 Pebble Tec
  • 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:
    1. Demolition of unwanted materials (typically tile, plaster finishes and/or decking)
    2. "Cut-in" any new features or options (water features, In-floor cleaning, etc.)
    3. Install new plumbing and electrical, as needed
    4. Install new features and finishes
    5. Fill it with water and start swimming!