A pool remodel can be the focal point of your new revived backyard
Expert Pool Work, Inc. is industry-trained, experienced, and equipped to remodel pools in Omaha and the surrounding areas.
Whereas a pool repair deals with operations, performance, structure, waterproofing, leak-free results, and the overall functioning of a pool, a pool remodel deals with look, feel, ambiance, eye-catching effects and the overall aesthetics of the pool.
Be advised that it is unwise to discuss a pool remodel if your pool has operational, performance, structural, waterproofing, or other functions-based issues or problems; obviously too if the pool leaks. Always repair a pool before you remodel the pool, if applicable.
If the entire pool works just fine, then dream away with the pool remodel that you have always envisioned.
Here are a few pool remodel ideas:
- you can add color-changing lighting effects, to include LED lighting or fiber-optic lighting.
- you can add water features, such ad deck jets, fountains, or waterfalls.
- you can add water features with color-changing lighting effects within the water feature (also called color-lit water features).
- you can upgrade the coping to brick, stone, flagstone, or poured-concrete coping (the concrete coping can be colored concrete).
- you can re-tile the pool, if applicable for your pool. New tiles are an instant improvement at the surface of the pool.
- you can simply re-surface the pool to change its color or overall look; while the main reason for re-surfacing the pool is to waterproof and protect the pool structure, as an ancillary benefit, the re-surface will also instantly improve the overall look of the pool.
- you can paint or stain the existing pool deck.
- you can tear-out an old and faulty concrete pool deck and re-pour the pool deck with new concrete - standard (gray) concrete or decorative concrete options, such as colored concrete, stamped concrete, stenciled and stamped concrete, or textured concrete.
- you can tear-out an old and faulty concrete pool deck and replace it with pavers, bricks, stone, flagstone and other decorative decking options around your pool.
- you can add a raised beam, if the lay-of-the-land allows, which is an upper-level pool deck with steps leading to and from the main pool deck; you can even add a waterfall or even a color-lit (and color-changing) waterfall to spill-over from the raised beam and into the pool. To be clear, a raised beam can be (likely will be) very expensive.
Do you have an idea or vision as to how you would like to improve or remodel your pool?
You can contact Expert Pool Work, Inc. at 402-341-8132 or email@example.com to discuss a pool remodel.