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4 Ways to Revamp an Old Pool

4 Ways to Revamp an Old Pool

Pool revamp is one of those things that has to be done, but no one wants to think about. Sooner or later you’re going to have to deal with it, and odds are you’ll end up having to do it sooner rather than later. Many pool owners live in fear of the day they need a pool renovation because draining an entire pool is an arduous task, but there are things you can do before the big day to make it easier. Take a look at 4 ways to revamp your pool without draining it first.

1 . New Liner

If you have a relatively new pool that has started developing algae or some other issue, you might be able to solve the problem simply by getting a new liner. It’s always best to have the water tested before choosing a liner because if your pool has high levels of chlorine or other chemicals, that can affect what kind of liner you want to use. 

There are different materials for liners that determine how long they will last and how easy they are to maintain. In addition, there are different shades of color available for liners, so you can find one that complements the landscaping around your pool.

2 . New Skimmer

If algae is a persistent problem with your pool and you have tried using chemicals but nothing seems to work, it’s possible that the skimmer is broken. A broken skimmer won’t let cleaner into the pool and that will cause algae problems to form. A new skimmer can give your pool a new lease on life and help you save some money by reducing chemical use.

3 . New Pool Vacuum

If you have an above ground pool, chances are it has a built in pool vacuum. These vacuums tend to break often and when that happens, you can end up with lots of dirt and debris that will make the water in your pool less clear. A new pool vacuum can save you time and money by getting rid of all those nasty things in the bottom of the pool which cause problems for everyone.

4 . New Filter

If your filter is old or needs to be replaced, it can help you get rid of all those tiny particles that escape the skimmer and drain. When filters are new, they can remove smaller items which makes it easier for the pool cleaner to do its job. Some pools require sand filters while others use cartridges that can be swapped out for new ones.