The time may have come for a renovation if you have:
Cracks: Visible cracks can lead to water leaks. If you have significant cracks in the surface of your pool, it could indicate a structural issue that needs to be addressed.
Chipped paint: If you have both peeling paint and cracks, prompt repairs are necessary.
Broken tile: Tiles that are broken or missing signal that the time has come for a remodel.
Chemical stains: Remodeling and resurfacing the inside of a pool can solve problems with staining on the interior surface.
A rough surface: Over time, the surface of the pool can become worn down and rough. Imbalanced pH levels can make this happen sooner than it should.
Plumbing problems: If you have leaks, cracked pipes, or clogs, these plumbing issues can be fixed during your remodel.
In addition to these obvious problems, homeowners choose to renovate their pools for other reasons. One reason is outdated equipment and a desire to improve energy efficiency. New equipment is much more energy efficient than the pool equipment of a decade ago. Replacing your pool pump and heater can provide significant energy savings.