Updating an inground pool
The pool owner wanted to replace his liner and decided to do a few renovations at the same time.The pool was 3 feet deep in the shallow end and 8 feet deep in the deep end; it also included an 8 foot step on the side. So our renovation team raised the pool floor to 3.5 feet in the shallow end and 5 feet in the deep end. Colley’s Pools & Spas offers complete service when it comes to replacing your existing liner.Pool coping is the term used to describe the material (usually brick, stone or concrete) found above the tile line.It’s used to cover the top of the pool’s structure or to “cap” the pool shell wall.You can remove these and have steps installed to the interior of the pool and then the liner will cover these new steps making them look seamless.Another great way to update the look of your pool is to cover the old white coping.Plant dramatic, tropical plants to give the pool landscaping an interesting and strong visual appeal.
There are a lot of things that you can do to your existing vinyl liner pool.
We remove and dispose of the old liner, brush down the walls, pressure test the lines and retrowel the floor with new sand cement pool mix.
Finally comes the installation of your genuine Craftworks liner.
There are a lot of paver manufactures that make renovation coping that can be installed right over top of the coping.
You can also add real waterline tile to the interiorof your pool.