Pool Remodels & Renovations in Dallas, Frisco, Rockwall, & Surrounding Areas
The start of the year is typically the time when many homeowners decide to remodel their pool. Hobert Pools & Spas has more than 40 years of experience in remodeling pools and offering the latest innovations in equipment technology and materials. The most common upgrades include installing new energy-efficient pool equipment and improving aesthetics with new tile, coping, colored plaster, and decking. Another popular trend is adding an outdoor living area that may include a kitchen, fireplace, fire pit, or arbor and enhanced landscaping.
Our remodeling experts will visit with you to inspect your pool, hear your ideas and then make the recommendations that will add value to your backyard and bring it up to date with the latest solutions available in the pool industry. Our goal is to rejuvenate your backyard so it becomes the centerpiece of your outdoor area.
Call us today for a visit with one of our remodeling experts, and read on below to learn more in detail about the remodeling process.
Prepare for Remodeling
The first phase of your remodel project is draining your pool to the sewer cleanout or to the street in accordance with the city laws and regulations.
Once the pool is drained the interior surface is chipped out by jackhammers and air chisels. If you chose to replace your tile the existing tile will be removed at this phase.
The construction phase includes additions such as decking, tile, water features, boulders, new equipment, plumbing, barbeque, and fireplaces.
The process of the interior surface phase varies depending on the surface you select. Sunstone, pebble, plaster, and 3M quartz are all applied by a pressurized spray nozzle.
The finishing touch is then done by hand trowel to a smooth finish. If you chose pebble, the following workday the surface is acid washed to reveal its natural beauty.
This phase consists of filling the pool full of water after your new surface has been installed. takes approximately 12 to 30 hours depending on the size of your pool. Once the
Once the process of filling has begun, do not stop the water until it has reached the middle of the waterline tile. Failure to follow these filling instructions may result in discoloration and/or imperfections in your new interior surface.
The start-up phase consists of adding all necessary chemicals to balance the water and mechanically start-up all pumps. This phase will also be the time to instruct you on the operation and maintenance of
your new equipment and surface. There will be some surface brushing that will be necessary to eliminate residue left over from the new interior surface application process. After this phase your pool ready.