We have become the most trusted company for pool remodeling Tampa FL has to offer. We understand that this might be unknown territory for many new property owners. We not only provide top quality service, but also focus on communicating with our clients about things that they need to keep an eye on. This approach makes us the most transparent company involved in pool remodeling Tampa FL could ever have working within the city. Remodeling your pool can seem like a burden, but we, as a company, believe in educating our clients about pool problems as well so that they can take care of their pool properly. The remodeling process involves the following:
- Draining the pool
- Adding water
- Post water startup
The first step to remodel your pool is to drain out the water. This will require a submersible pump that has to be placed at the bottom of your pool. A hose will be attached to the pump that will drain out the water outside the pool. This process may take 6-12 hours; it depends on the size of your pool, but we guarantee quick and precise work, so you don’t have to be worried about the speed at all.
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Now comes the chipping process. If you want to change the tiles of your pool, then chipping is required. We recommend tiling as it can offer style and elegance to your pool and make your pool parties more exciting with cool selfies and an enhanced ambience. Chipping, though necessary, is a very loud process, so we would like to mention that beforehand so that you could schedule any important meetings or phone calls. We are here to look after all your needs, and your comfort is our primary concern. We will make sure the remodeling is a smooth process for you because we are the number one company for pool remodeling Tampa residents have access to. We also make sure that we have cleaned the area after the chipping process. Your property will be looked after, and we pride ourselves on having zero complaints from our clients.
If you have ordered tiling, you have the option to choose your prefered tiles. There are many options to go for. We might recommend some options after having a look at your pool area, but ultimately, it will be your decision. It is entirely dependent on your style; You can go for an over the top style or a minimalist one. We are here to cover all your needs and guide you to having the pool that you have envisioned.
The different kinds of tiles are as follows:
- Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles
- Stone look tiles
- Glass pool tiles
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What Else Comes with Pool Remodeling Tampa?
Surfacing is an integral part of remodeling your pool. The pebble and plaster have to be fixed the right amount to maintain the right consistency. This mixture then is put all over the pool and this process can take up to 4-6 hours. We are experienced in this process, and you would not have to worry about a thing.
Pebbling is one of the last steps in completing the remodeling (this means that we have successfully completed all the steps leading to this). We promise to provide the kind of pebble finish that has enduring elegance and durability. We will provide you with a non-slip surface so that the safety of your guests and loved ones is ensured. A pool is a happy place for everyone, from young children to grown-up adults, and we strive to keep that happy place safe. We also provide a strain resistant surface so that your pool maintains the beauty of your property. Strain resistant surface is also essential for avoiding unnecessary pool cleaning in future. There are many different colours available in pebbling, and you can choose them according to the colour palette of your property. Once we have applied the pebbles, we wash over the pool surface with acid water. After the plaster is in place, and the pebble acid water has been applied, it is now time to add water to your swimming pool. It is encouraged for property owners to be present in this process to check that the water reaches halfway up the tile line. It is extremely important to fill the pool with water in one go. Otherwise, water lines will start forming on the inside of your pool, and all the efforts will go in vain.