Pool Remodels

Has your pool been the same since it was built? Is it time for a change? Whether you just want to make a few subtle changes or you want to change the entire pool, opt for a remodel. We are trained and experienced for all pool remodels.

A remodel will change the design, layout, look, feel, and the overall ambiance of your pool. It can add various improvements, eye-catching effects and tranquil sounds that will garner compliments, “oohs-and-ahhs” and “wows” from all swimmers and guests.

You can just remodel certain areas…perhaps just one or two areas of the pool need to be changed. Or you can remodel and change the entire pool.

You can also incorporate the pool deck into an overall remodel.

You can even transform and change your entire backyard – including the pool, deck, hardscapes, landscaping, and lawn – into something totally new. The pool can just be one aspect of an overall remodel.

There are many pool remodel ideas and options to consider.

Lighting

There are various ways to improve your pool with lighting. You can remove the current white light(s) and add LED color-changing lighting. You an add fiber-optic lighting. In addition to pool lighting, you can also add landscape and other backyard lighting. 

Water Features

There are many ways to improve your pool with water features. You can add deck jets, a fountain, or a waterfall. A water feature does not have to be part of the pool. You can add a pond, fountain, waterfall, or other various water features that are separate of the pool.

Color-Lit Water Features

You can incorporate color-changing lighting effects with your water feature(s). While color-changing lights and water features are both pool remodel ideas that can be separate and independent of each other, the combination of a water feature with built-in color-changing lighting is extremely eye-catching and aesthetic.

Raised Beam

Adding a raised beam is expensive…know that upfront. But if the lay of the land allows, a raised beam can be added so that you have a traditional pool deck as well as an upper level (raised) pool deck too. You can add lighting and a water feature from the raised beam area that spills lit water into the pool. Or even better yet, you can add color-changing lighting and a water feature from the raised beam that spills color-lit water into the pool. You can even automate the light(s) and water feature(s) from the raised beam.

Resurfacing

While the main reason to resurface your pool would be to waterproof and protect the actual pool, the resurface will also add to the aesthetics. Not only will the resurface revive and make the pool like new again, but it can also change the overall look of the pool.

Re-Tiling (if applicable)

You can re-tile the pool to add to the aesthetics. Not only will the re-tiling revive and make the pool like new again, but it can also change the overall look of the pool…you can change the color scheme and pattern of the tiles.

Coping

The current coping can be overlaid and changed. Or the coping can be removed and replaced. There are many decorative types of pool coping (such as bricks, pavers, stones, flagstones, or poured concrete). Not only will coping work revive and make the pool like new again, but it can also change the overall look of the pool…you can change the color scheme and type of coping.

Deck

The current pool deck can be overlaid and changed. Or the pool deck can be removed and replaced. If the deck is replaced with concrete, the concrete can be colored and stamped. If the deck is replaced with hardscapes, there are may options, such as bricks, pavers, stones, or flagstones. Not only will deck work revive and make the pool like new again, but it can also change the overall look of the pool…you can change the color scheme and type of decking. When the entire deck is replaced, this is certainly the time to properly-size all of the underground plumbing pipes as well as the pump and filter system for the most safe, effective and efficient circulation and filtration of water. This would also be the time to incorporate deck jets, or even color-lit deck jets, as a water feature.

Hardscapes

In addition to hardscape decking materials (such as bricks, pavers, stones or flagstones), there are other hardscape options, such as boulders, retaining walls, fire pits, fire bowls, and seating areas (some even cover the seating area with a pergola).

Landscaping

The most common landscaping options are plants, flowers, bushes, trees, mulch beds, rock beds, and adding small hills in strategic areas of the lawn.

Pool Remodels

These are common reasons for a remodel. Whether you have your own specific ideas or you want our advice and input, we can remodel your pool.

Some pool remodels often incorporate many of these ideas and options into an overall project. Other pool remodels incorporate just one or perhaps a few of these ideals and options. This will depend on your vision and budget.

While it should go without saying, if your pool leaks or if it has any issues or problems, then be sure to repair what needs to be repaired during the remodel. It doesn’t make sense to remodel a pool that doesn’t work.

Pool Remodel Companies

If you’re online searching for a company to remodel your pool, if you search for “pool companies in omaha” or similar generic local “pool company” searches, you will find quite a few pool companies in town. But you’re not always finding pool companies that can competently and accurately remodel your pool.

We can remodel your pool. We can even transform your pool and entire backyard.

And we also work with a lot of pool companies that simply cannot handle your current need. If you use and trust a company for your seasonal services (such as the opening, weekly maintenance, service calls, and the closing), but that company can’t handle your current need, then don’t let them remodel your pool. We’d be happy to work with you and your trusted pool service company for any remodel you desire.

We are a Registered Contractor with the State of Nebraska, approved for all remodels for any type of pool.

Call us at 402-341-8132 or send us an email to info@expertpoolwork.com or submit a short form to discuss your pool and schedule free onsite consultation.