It’s aaaaalive!

Well, a pool renovation might not be quite as dramatic as an old black-and-white horror flick. We can’t promise that there will be any dramatic thunder claps, buzzing electrical cables or chemicals bubbling mysteriously in a science lab.

But don’t be scared! In fact, we guarantee that you’ll be amazed by how your pool can be transformed and given a second chance at life.

Image of a pool renovation done by Pool Craft in Richmond Hill

Does your pool need a facelift?

It’s a shame when a swimming pool falls into disrepair. Maybe you’ve been busy. Maybe you’ve been away on holidays. Maybe it hasn’t been such a warm summer. Whatever the reason, you go out to take a dip one day and realize that swimming in your own pool isn’t quite same experience as it once was.

From minor changes to a complete overhaul, Pool Craft is able to offer a helping hand. It’s possible to completely update the structure of the pool, using the existing pool to create something new. With a solid plan and with plenty of expertise, a pool designer can find a way to make the best use of your backyard.

Pool Renovation done by Pool Craft in Newmarket

Other pool improvements

Another common renovation is to add a new feature to give more life and liveliness to your swimming pool. Why not consider adding a water feature? It’s a great way to keep your water moving, add some ambience, and maybe it can even be incorporated into a swimming pool game or two.

On a more practical note, you may also want to take the time to update some of your older pool equipment. New technology can help you save on the cost of maintaining your pool, or can help to make your swimming pool more eco-friendly.

If you want to bring your pool back to life, contact Pool Craft today and we can have a chat about what’s involved. Whether you want to restore things back to before, or if you want to switch up the liner pattern or design choices, we are able to help you with quick and cost-effective swimming pool renovations.A pool renovation completed by Pool Craft in Toronto