There are few pool renovation companies with the experience and knowledge to undertake quality pool renovations. In most cases it is easier to build a new pool.
Below is a record of a variety of pool renovation projects we have completed.
Project A- typical prepatory work
Project B- Common crack and preparation.
Project C- Crack through to completion.
Project D- Major pool renovation including the surrounding walkway. With no access for machinery the entire job was done by hand.
Project E- Renovation of pool steps and surround.
Project F- Lay new pavers around the existing pool and surrounding area. Regal sand pavers 40mm x 300mm x 300mm were used.
Project G- Major renovation with real lizard in finished pool.
Project H- Special project: Pool inside a pool. This pool was so degraded the only course of action was to use the existing pool structure, add new footings in the pool floor and bolster the existing wall.
Project I- Special Project: Reduce the size of an exiting pool and convert part of the pool into a wine cellar. This was a complex job. You can see the extent of the dividing wall with plumbing.
Project J- Couran Cove. Very large pool. Required to replace pebble
finish with smoother marble finish and re-tile. Smooth marble finish is
kinder to swimmers feet and easier to keep pool clean. Pool cleaners
cannot adequately clean between pebbles which promotes algae.
Project K- Common Pebble Problems- Images show algae build up between
pebbles where pool cleaners cannot clean.
Project L- Major Pool Renovation- Pool being prepared to replace pebble
finish with smooth marble finish.
Project M - A complete renovation of this 4 metre deep pool.
Project N -
Major renovation and removal of spa.
Project O - Resort, Tugan, Queensland. Remove pebble finish in poor condition and replace with tiles with marble finish.
Project P - Pool renovation with 400mm x 400mm quartzite tiles. Existing concrete was removed and new concrete laid under new tiles. Note blue marble finish on last image.
Project Q - Removal by hand of existing fibre glass pool lining. Structure was re-sprayed with concrete before finishing with tiles and hand trowelled marble.