Renovations can be more complex than the construction of a new pool. With a complete renovation, you are constructing a new pool with the exception of digging the hole and constructing the walls; plus you have to remove existing items.
A total pool renovation consists of all or part of the following:
- Removal of the existing concrete around the pool, removal of the existing pool liner, and removal of other non-working pool equipment.
- Addition of new pool lines (pool plumbing), adding or replacing pool skimmers and/or returns, repairing damaged pool walls (if needed), repairing pool floor (if needed), installing and connecting new pool equipment to new pool lines, installing a new liner and last installing new concrete around the pool.
This is an example of a complete renovation:
Here’s an example of the renovation process: