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post #1 of Old 10-27-2016, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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Pool renovate help!

Hey all,
Me and my family lived in a rented house. Last month we bought a house. The house was little old, and it had a swimming pool but it was fully damaged. The family which lived here before had closed the pool, as they were having small kids. My wife had told me to renovate the pool and I am thinking of renovating them. I discussed about it with one of my friend and he suggested me with http://www.prosealfloors.com/ . But since I have no experience, I want to know more about this. What all should be kept in mind while renovating your pool. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I guess your pool must have lost its appeal. But you can bring in the changes to your pool without spending a fortune. Some updates can save you precious bucks and in the long run, enable your pool to run more efficiently.
If you come across serious damage to the equipment and structure, you have no other option than fixing them or replace with new ones. Pool builders like the naturalistic pool massachussets suggest that the quality inground pool can last for decades.
I would like to suggest few ideas which would ensure nicer look at a minimal cost. Led lighting, pool resurfacing, waterline tile, salt water system, water features like the waterfalls, scuppers and sprayers are often easy to add to existing one.
Opt for energy efficient equipment. Try if you can DIY so that you can save on your budget. But if at any point you feel you need assistance check out for expert guidance.

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post #5 of Old 06-04-2019, 09:06 AM
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Ooh, as I understand you. My problem is more complicated, my wife gave me a task - a swimming pool from scratch. I have a square head, a lot of ideas, but I haven't even started anything yet. Everything is just at the initial stage. Recently, I chose a new drill and all components for it, on one information resource https://drilling-it.com/best-impact-...t-set-reviews/ I found tips on a couple of powerful options, everything was clearly arranged according to the characteristics, reviews of the smallest details were made It’s a pity that this site has never met my eyes before. I think you might as well ponabits, since you are just starting a repair. When you finish the pool, share your success, good luck!

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