Leisure Craft Pools offers the best pool renovation services in Syracuse, NY. Our pool design and construction experts will handle the renovation process in just a few weeks and ensure minimal disruption to your property.

Pool Renovation Steps                                         

Step 1 - Assessment

Our renovation experts will assess the condition of your pool and identify areas that need renovation and repair. This includes inspecting the pool's equipment, structure, plumbing, and electrical systems.

Step 2 - Planning

After the inspection process, our team will develop a pool renovation plan involving a design that best suits your needs and budget.

Step 3 - Draining your pool

Our experts will drain the pool using a submersible pump. Also, we will remove the hydro-static plugs and shut off the filtration system.

Step 4 - Demolition

Typically, the pool renovation process starts by demolishing the pool surface and other structures. This involves jack-hammering the decking, if applicable, and hand-hammering the tiles.

Step 5 - Repair and replacement                                                  

Before the renovation of the pool proceeds, certain areas, such as the electrical system and plumbing, may need to be repaired or replaced.

Step 6 - Installation or tilling

After the repair or replacement process, new features like pool equipment or tiles are installed. During the renovation, coping is completed first, followed by tile installation, then decking if applicable and plastering comes last if you decide on a plaster finish.

Step 7 - Final touches

Once the installation is done, finishing touches like landscaping, water features, and lighting are added to improve the pool's aesthetic appeal.

Step 8 - Remediation

Our renovation experts will clean up the debris and dirt from the renovation process. Our team will also power wash the pool and the surrounding areas.

Step 9 - Start-up

We will add water to your pool up to the recommended swimmer level. Our qualified technicians will also add chemicals to the water to balance its PH and ensure it's safe for swimming.


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