If your pool no longer brings you the joy it once did, it might be time for a renovation. Pool remodeling can range from making a few updates to completely transforming your existing pool to create something new. There are many different elements you can choose to change during a remodel.
Some of these include:
Your pool’s shape sets the tone for its aesthetic. Some shapes feel more modern, whereas others have a traditional appeal. Your shape can be flashy, minimalist, or anything in between. Ideally, you should choose a shape based on available space and the overall style of your home and backyard. If you’ve made changes since then, you may want to update the shape of your pool. A remodel can do this.
Choosing the right depth for your pool is crucial. A shallow pool restricts your ability to add features like diving boards, but a deep pool makes it more difficult to play games or for young children to enjoy swimming. If the depth you originally chose no longer meets your needs, a renovation can increase or decrease the depth.
Your pool size should be determined based on the space available in your yard and the overall layout. Over time, your needs may change, and you could choose to expand your pool. Alternatively, you may want to downsize if your kids have moved out or if you simply want to add other outdoor features in the current pool space.
Having a beautiful finish helps your pool stand out and look its best. If your current finish is worn down or the style is outdated, pool renovation can fix this. You can replace pool tiles to create a new design, or switch to PebbleTec for a more natural look and feel.
A remodel can add features like a hot tub, waterfall, fountains, and much more. New water features help modernize your pool and take it to the next level. Alternatively, you may have features you no longer enjoy. Maybe you added a waterfall when your yard had a more traditional aesthetic, but you now want more resort-style fire features and fountains instead. Pool remodels can accommodate these changes.
The above remodeling options focus more on aesthetics, but you are not limited to this when renovating your pool. You can also make functional changes, such as replacing your pool pump to improve energy efficiency, adding new lighting, adding safety features, and more.
At Pools By Design, we complete beautiful and functional remodels for pools in Tucson and the surrounding areas. Just as we consider form and function in all of our new builds, we also do this for renovations. We work hard to ensure your new and improved pool meets and exceed your expectations.