Pool Renovation Service

If your existing pool is in need of an upgrade or renovation, Hasbrouck Pool and Spa can help! Here are some of the pool renovation services we offer:

  • Pebble Tec: Over time, the surface of your pool can become stained, chipped, or faded. We offer pool resurfacing services to restore the surface of your pool and give it a fresh, new look. We offer a variety of materials for resurfacing, including plaster, pebble, and tile.
  • Pool Decking: The area surrounding your pool can also benefit from renovation. We offer pool decking services to replace or upgrade your current pool decking, including materials such as concrete, stamp concrete, textured concrete, pavers, or natural stone.
  • Pool Coping: The pool coping is the border around the pool, and can greatly affect the overall look and feel of your pool. We offer pool coping services to replace or upgrade your current coping, using materials such as brick, natural stone, concrete, or cantilever concrete.
  • Water Features: Adding water features such as fountains, waterfalls, rock formations, or water slides can add a new dimension to your pool and make it feel like a luxurious retreat. We offer a variety of water features to enhance your pool experience.
  • Pool Lighting: Updating your pool lighting can transform your pool area into a beautiful nighttime oasis. We offer a variety of lighting options, including LED and color-changing lights.

At Hasbrouck Pool and Spa, we have the experience and expertise to renovate your pool and transform it into a beautiful and functional outdoor oasis. Call today to ask us about full automation and how our pool renovation service can help bring new life to your existing pool. Visit our partner store for all of your coping and tile needs and to schedule an appointment in our showroom.

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Why Use a Professional Pool Renovation Service?

Neglecting to invest in a professional pool renovation service can lead to various issues, including aesthetic deterioration, safety concerns, and decreased property value. Here are some of the consequences of not having your pool professionally renovated:

  1. Aesthetic Deterioration: Over time, the appearance of your pool can degrade due to wear and tear, outdated design, or aging materials. Neglecting renovation can result in an unattractive pool that detracts from your property’s overall appeal.
  2. Safety Concerns: Aging or damaged pool components can pose safety hazards. Cracked pool surfaces, loose tiles, or malfunctioning equipment can lead to accidents and injuries, creating potential liabilities.
  3. Decreased Property Value: An outdated or dilapidated pool can negatively impact your property’s value. Prospective buyers may view an unmaintained or unsightly pool as a burden, potentially affecting the resale value of your home.
  4. Water and Energy Inefficiency: Older pools are often less energy-efficient and can consume more water. A pool renovation can incorporate modern technologies and energy-efficient equipment, reducing operating costs and conserving resources.
  5. Functional Problems: Aging plumbing, filtration, and circulation systems can lead to inefficiencies and decreased functionality. A renovation can modernize these systems, ensuring your pool operates optimally.
  6. Compliance Issues: Changing regulations and safety standards may render your pool non-compliant. A professional renovation can address these issues, ensuring your pool adheres to current codes and regulations.
  7. Lack of Modern Features: An outdated pool may lack modern features and amenities, such as energy-efficient lighting, smart controls, and innovative water features. Renovation allows you to incorporate these elements, enhancing your pool’s appeal and functionality.

To avoid these complications and breathe new life into your pool, a professional pool renovation service is essential. These experts have the experience and expertise to transform your pool into a safe, aesthetically pleasing, and fully functional space. A well-executed pool renovation not only enhances your pool’s appeal but also increases your property’s value and ensures a safer and more enjoyable swimming experience for you and your guests.

Pool FAQs

Pool water can turn green due to the presence of algae. Algae are microscopic plants that can grow in swimming pool water when there is enough sunlight, nutrients, and warm temperatures. They can be introduced to the pool through rainwater, wind, or from swimmers carrying them in from other bodies of water.

When algae grow in a swimming pool, they can quickly multiply and form colonies that turn the water green. The green color comes from chlorophyll, the same pigment found in plants, that helps the algae grow and photosynthesize.

If left untreated, algae can create a slimy layer on the pool walls and floor, making it slippery and unsafe to swim in. In addition, algae can reduce the effectiveness of the pool’s disinfectants, such as chlorine, which can lead to other problems with the water quality. Therefore, it’s important to regularly check and maintain the pool’s water chemistry and cleaning to prevent algae growth and keep the water clear and safe for swimmers.

If you see water leaking out of your pool, its time to call us so we can repair the problem, however if you cant find any signs of a leak other then the fact that your water level is dropping it could be evaporation.

On a hot day a surprising amount of pool water can be lost due to evaporation. Other factors that can effect evaporation include humidity, wind speed, and surface area of the pool.

an unpleasant odor coming from the pool may be caused by a variety of factors. One possible reason is the presence of high levels of combined chlorine, which can produce a strong chlorine odor. Another possible cause is the presence of organic matter, such as leaves and debris, that has accumulated in the pool and is breaking down, producing an unpleasant odor. It’s also possible that the pH balance of the pool water is off, which can impact the effectiveness of the pool’s sanitizer and create an unpleasant smell. Whatever the cause may be, we recommend you contact us to identify and resolve the issue. We can help diagnose the problem and recommend the appropriate solution to ensure the pool is safe and enjoyable for all swimmers.

Common causes of a malfunctioning pool pump can include a clogged or damaged impeller, air leaks in the suction line, or an electrical issue. If you suspect that your pool pump is not functioning properly, it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible to prevent further problems and to keep the pool running smoothly. If you are having problems with your pump, we  can diagnose and repair issues with the pump and other pool equipment.