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There’s no denying that owning your own pool is amazing. All those summers spent enjoying the water with friends and family making treasured memories are precious. However, there comes a time when you may need to assess your pool and think about whether or not it could do with being renovated, to ensure that it serves you well for many more years to come. Here are some factors to consider when thinking about pool renovation…
Are there any cracks or peeling?
If you see any cracks in your pool, it’s important to get them checked out. It could just be a minor cosmetic problem that is easy to fix, but there could be an underlying problem that’s more serious or a safety issue. So ensure you have cracks checked out by an expert for peace of mind.
Does your pool still satisfy your needs?
When you first have a pool put in, it can be hard to imagine just what you’ll want from it in years to come. Perhaps your family has grown and your pool now seems rather cramped, or perhaps you’d like to downsize your pool now the kids have flown the nest and use the extra space for an all-weather hot tub alongside a smaller pool so you can enjoy your pool area all year round?
Are you still happy with your style?
Trends in pool styling change all the time, and while some designs can be timeless, perhaps your pool is starting to look a little old fashioned? Maybe it’s time to bring your pool up to date with some renovation?
Could your pool be more energy efficient?
Modern pools are very energy efficient. If you have an older pool, it could be costing you more money to run it than you need to be paying. Spending money ensuring your pool is as energy efficient as possible is a wise move in the long run as you’re likely to have your pool for many more years to come. Plenty of time to recoup the expenditure and start making savings.
Do you need more safety features?
In recent years there have been many innovations in pool safety. Perhaps it would give you peace of mind to have new safety features implemented in your own pool. If you have small children, this is likely to be of high importance to you.
Would you like more information about pool renovation?
If you’re now thinking that perhaps your pool could do with some renovation work, do drop us a line with any questions you have. Our expert advisors are always happy to help! Get in touch here.