The Solution to Affordable Pool Renovation
Aquatic facilities provide a place for the community to gather for fun and exercise, as well as providing crucial programs to teach swimming and water safety. But if your pool isn't new, you might be losing patrons to other aquatic facilities with more bells and whistles. Renovations can be difficult, especially if budgets are tight, but there are ways to save money on pool renovations so you have more to spend on making your pool more fun.
Q: We need to renovate our pool, but would also like to add more fun elements to attract more visitors. What should we consider?
A: Deteriorating surfaces contribute to many of the problems in older pools. For pools constructed of concrete, fiberglass, steel or aluminum, consider a 60mil PVC membrane to line the interior. This will effectively seal structural cracks and eliminate leaks.
A textured PVC membrane will also make your pool more aesthetically pleasing while providing a more comfortable surface and secure footing for guests.
If leaks are showing up in your aging pool gutters, consider replacing the gutter system with a stainless-steel and PVC gutter.
When you choose a cost-effective renovation solution like PVC membranes, you can use the money saved on renovations to boost your pool's appeal with water-play elements and waterslides.
Q: What else should we consider?
A: When you want a cost-efficient solution to pool renovation, you'll be best served by a full-service solution. Look for a company that specializes in providing all aspects of the renovation, from design through manufacturing and installation.
When you have a partner that specializes in pool renovations, you get all the benefit of their experience renovating other pools and dramatically reduce the cost of your renovation compared with the conventional process. Be sure to talk to your renovation partner about other similar facilities they've worked with to get an idea of what to expect.
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