The right time to renovate your pool
Did you know? A swimming pool should be renovated approximately every 15 years and requires professional know-how to ensure the condition of the pool structure.
Like the water in your pool, the structure of your pool requires maintenance to last over time, but after a few years certain elements of your pool normally need to be replaced or changed.
Why renovate my pool?
There are many reasons to renovate your pool. Sometimes it is necessary for it to work correctly, and the renovation can also improve the use of your pool and the level of comfort.
From an aesthetic point of view, renovating your pool lets you give it a new shape, new steps, more depth, new PVC, but also the addition of new equipment that will fit perfectly with the new design and your use.
Ecologically, the renovation of your pool is an opportunity to review the structure to avoid wasting water and to improve the equipment to reduce the chemicals used for maintenance.
Finally, renovating your pool lets you reduce your daily expenses and has real economic benefits. The installation of a variable-speed pump reduces your electricity consumption, cartridge filters avoid water wasting and the automation of water treatment results in a more accurate and controlled energy consumption.
When is the best time of year to renovate my pool?
Doing work on your pool means that you won't be able to use it for swimming. A real living space during the summer season, it would be a shame not to be able to enjoy your pool during this period and that is why it is wiser to renovate in winter.
Obviously, there are unforeseen events that degrade the structure of your pool and cannot wait, and action needs to be taken as soon as possible, regardless of the time of year. Anticipating the renovation of your pool is also a way to make sure you can enjoy it during the summer months!
What work should I do to renovate my pool this winter?
Generally, renovation is necessary when your pool starts to show alarming signs of degradation. The water level drops more or less quickly, the liner wrinkles and cracks, damaged and defective seals... A good number of signals may point to the renovation of your pool and they should not be ignored.
Changing your pool liner
Whether it's a liner or a reinforced membrane, your liner keeps your pool watertight. As soon as it starts to wrinkle and lose its flexibility, it needs to be changed.
Repairing pool leaks
A leak is not a phenomenon to be taken lightly, it is the result of a problem in the structure of your pool or defective equipment.
Detecting a leak is not an easy task and requires the intervention of an expert to find the best solution.
Change the parts of your pool to be sealed
Whether a skimmer, bottom drain or discharge nozzle, some parts are essential for your pool to work correctly, but replacing them can be tricky, so it is important to make sure they need to be changed. These parts are embedded in the structure of your pool and it is often necessary to drain a significant amount of water.
A step towards renovation?
The work necessary to make your pool work correctly can also be an opportunity to give it a second life by adding new equipment for greater comfort (heat pump, heat exchanger, lighting...), but also to automate maintenance and make your daily life easier (electrolyzer...).
So don't wait any longer and get ready to renovate your pool for more enjoyment next summer!