Pool Remodeling Tips from Nejame & Sons

Pool Remodeling Tips from Nejame & Sons

There are many reasons you might want to remodel your pool. You may hate the look of an old, outdated pool and want something cool and modern. Your pool may also have problems with energy efficiency that are costing you money. There are also safety issues to worry about that you may need to fix. Whatever the reason may be, you should consider having your pool remodeled, especially during the winter months before the warm weather arrives.

Remodeling may be needed for your pool due to the following reasons:

  • The plaster is chipped or cracking
  • The color scheme is ugly or outdated
  • You’re hosting more people for parties
  • Pavers and tiles need to be replaced
  • You want to add a spa
  • A new chlorination system needs to be added for better sanitation
  • Your pool needs a better heating system
  • You need to save money on water usage and equipment

Please keep in mind that not every pool remodeling project has to be a complicated and expensive one. There are several upgrades you can make that will make a big difference without costing you a second mortgage on your property. Updating the tile at the waterline is one. This seemingly small change can go a long way toward completely changing the look of your pool. Another change you can make is swapping out the lighting with LED lighting. LED lighting is far more efficient, so you’ll not only get a different look from it, but you’ll also save money on your monthly utility bills.

If it’s time to remodel your pool, contact Nejame & Sons immediately. We believe the winter is the best time to schedule a pool remodel as our technicians will not be as busy as we will be in the spring and summer and we can have your remodeled pool ready to go for warm weather season. Call us today. We will work with your specific pool design and budget to transform your pool.

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