Swimming Pool In Need of a Facelift? Here are some great ideas.
04 Sep Swimming Pool In Need of a Facelift? Here are some great ideas.
IDEAS FOR UPDATING YOUR POOL AREA
From Pool & Spa Outdoor
Let’s face it: Your backyard with an inground swimming pool is starting to look tired. Yeah, it was new and exciting 5 years ago, but it could really use a sprucing up. Whether you are planning a major upgrade or renovation, or just looking to give it a quick facelift, this article from Pool & Spa outdoor has just what you need. In the post, there are 6 ideas from simple to major that can update the overall look of your swimming pool space, and get your family excited about outdoor living once again!
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Making some changes in and around your swimming pool can greatly enhance the beauty and enjoyment of your poolscape. From renovating your pool to adding a few simple features, we put together a list of ways to update your pool area this summer. Take a look at the following options and get ready to give your poolscape a whole new look.
1. Update the Pool Interior
Pool with Blue Vinyl Liner Interior
A new interior can dramatically change the look of your swimming pool. Just because summer is here doesn’t mean it’s too late to refinish your swimming pool. Resurfacing a concrete pool generally takes seven to 14 days to complete, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy your newly finished pool. If you have a vinyl-liner pool, the process is even quicker: once you decide on a new liner pattern, the old and new pool liners can be swapped out in as little as one to three days. Today’s vinyl liners include more sophisticated colors and designs, including patterns that give the look and feel of glass tiles. Many vinyl liner manufacturers offer a wide array of designs and patterns to fit any backyard theme or setting.
Taking the time to update your pool’s interior not only enhances its aesthetic appeal but can also extend its life, especially if you upgrade to a higher quality finish. For instance, aggregate finishes, which contain small river pebbles, glass beads, or quartz crystals, provide a harder and more durable pool surface than a traditional plaster (or marcite) finish and can last up to twice as long (aggregate finishes typically last 15 to 20 years compared to 10 to 15 years for plaster).
If your pool is in perfectly good shape, but you still want to update its look consider adding a simple tile border at the waterline. Glass and ceramic tiles add sparkle, light and panache to your pool. They come in an array of colors, shapes, and sizes and can be arranged in any design or pattern to fit your style needs.
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