Just Bought an Older Home with a Pool? Remodel it Your Way

After buying an older home, you may have noticed that the swimming pool is in poor condition. In some cases, you may just find that the pool doesn’t match your personal style and your plans for landscaping the yard. Instead of being frustrated that the pool doesn’t have the look you want or in rough space, consider the following ways that you can have the pool remodeled without major construction work being needed.

Just Bought an Older Home with a Pool? Remodel it Your Way


Have the Paving Stained

The easiest way to make a big difference in the way your pool looks is to have the paving stained. After getting the water drained out of the pool, you’ll be able to change the surface of the swimming pool to a different color that can change the look of your pool drastically. Taking a look at all of your options for staining the pool and how the different stains will look once water is added back in can help you find the right look that matches the yard you envision.

Get New Tile Installed

Another way to change up the look of your swimming pool is to have new tiles installed around the rim of the swimming pool. This can make an enormous difference in the way your swimming pool  looks and lead you towards a personalized look that you’ll be happy with.

Brighten the Pool with Lighting

In many cases, an older swimming pool can look quite dark in the evening and at night due to poor lighting. Remodeling the swimming pool can include having new lighting put in at the bottom of the pool and around the sides so that it’s safer to swim and looks nicer in your yard.

When you’ve decided to remodel your pool, you want to look into exactly what kinds of updates can make the biggest difference in how the space looks. Contact us to get started with the remodeling work for your swimming pool.