Trusted Pool Remodeling Service
A swimming pool that is beautifully designed for your unique backyard is only as valuable as the quality of its pool construction or pool remodeling. Stanton Pools is committed to delivering a superior result, both in what you can see and in the work that you can’t see. Our goal is to carry out a high quality, orderly process of our pool remodeling service and other services like pool plastering that can have you enjoying your new pool for many summers to come.
We travel to cities throughout Ventura County, including Camarillo, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, Simi Valley, and Westlake Village. In addition, our pool service area includes Oak Park, Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Malibu, Hidden Hills, Tarzana, Encino, Studio City, and Sherman Oaks in Los Angeles County.
Pool Remodeling FAQs
What is pool remodeling?
Pool remodeling is the process of renovating or restoring a swimming pool either back to its original design or updating it to a newer one. Swimming pool remodeling entails various undertakings and can range from basic pool redecoration to a major pool overhaul. In most cases, pool owners opt to have the pool plastered and the deck redone when remodeling a pool as this gives them the opportunity to bring a whole new look to the backyard.
How much does a pool remodel cost?
Because swimming pool remodeling projects often vary in terms of the scope of work and the variety of raw materials needed to complete the project, the costs of each project also varies quite extensively. On average, pool owners spend around $12,000 to around $18,000 for a pool remodeling service. That said, some remodel jobs may be as inexpensive as around $5,500, while others can be upwards of $100,000+ for a complete backyard makeover.
These numbers only show how much money pool owners are willing to spend on their investments. The pool industry is an industry that gives you what you pay for. In most cases, the more expensive a remodel is, the better the quality of the materials used in it. Furthermore, when you sign up with a trusted pool professional, you’re making sure that you’re getting the best in terms of workmanship guarantee, and that the crew installing the new pool amenities are licensed, bonded, and insured.
How long does it take to remodel a pool?
While the duration of a remodel project usually depends on the amount of work needed to complete the project, swimming pool remodeling can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks. This is not two to six week’s worth of work, however; just that the entire undertaking is spread out over this amount of time. This time period involves other parts of the project from ordering and procuring the right materials to be used in the remodeling project, applying the necessary materials, coordinating with other jobs, and when all is set, starting up the pool.
On average, when we’re not faced with difficulties like bad weather, the pool remodeling project will be finished on schedule.
Can you change the shape of an existing pool?
Swimming pool remodeling allows you to make modifications and alterations on an existing swimming pool from the deck, the plaster, and even its shape. It’s common for swimming pool remodeling projects that pool owners request to have the pool remodeled to a specific shape, sometimes resembling a home owner’s interest. For example, a musician may want a pool in the shape of a guitar. For athletes, a pool in the shape of a football or an indoor athletic pool. Others splurge in pool interiors and opt for mosaic tiles for the pool floor finish.
Swimming pool remodeling is only limited by your imagination.
Can you make an existing pool deeper or shallower?
Yes, swimming pools can be made deeper or shallower depending on your preference when you are remodeling a pool. Pool owners who plan to use their pools for exercise opt for lap pools, which are longer with increased depth in the middle. Those who live with kids and elderlies sometimes opt to increase the shallow part of their pools and add safety features like handrails to help keep the pool a safe place for their family. That said, you can always have the pool adjusted to your preferred depth.
Pool Design and Permits
To ensure that your vision matches the final product, we will provide you with detailed drafts of your pool design. This will allow you to make changes and improvements as needed before construction actually begins. Additionally, we offer the option to see a virtual reality rendering of your new pool, exactly as it would look in your backyard. Once you’ve approved the pool design, we create detailed structural drawings and apply for the necessary permits for swimming pool construction projects.
Pool Layout and Excavation
This is the first phase of construction of your pool. We will take the measurements for your pool and lay it out in your backyard. This is an opportunity for you to see the actual size and shape in case any last minute modifications need to be made. After the pool layout is approved, the real work begins. We’ll use special equipment to excavate the grass and soil from your yard to make room for your new pool. This step usually takes only one to two days, and the soil that is removed can either be hauled away or simply moved to another area of the yard, according to your preference.
Pool Steel Framework
Pool Plumbing, Electrical, and Equipment
Pool Gunite Application
Pool Tile and Coping
After the structural portion of your new swimming pool has been put in place, the decorative process can finally begin. Based upon your taste and pool design, a wonderful selection of tile choices is available, including natural stone tiles, slates, ceramics. Mosaics can also be installed to create a one-of-a-kind design. Pool coping, which borders your new pool, comes in a variety of materials, including natural stone, brick, or cement. After this step, your pool is nearly ready for swimming!
Pool Plaster and Start-up
Applying the pool plaster or pebble is a complex process that must be managed meticulously to guarantee that your pool has a beautiful, durable finish. After your new surface is completely applied, the pool is filled with water. Depending on how large your pool is, filling with water usually takes a day or two. In order to eliminate plaster dust, it will need to be brushed at least once a day. If you new surface is pebble, it will also be rinsed in an acidic solution to bring out the beauty of the finish. Once the material has cured, a technician can perform a “start-up,” which involves adding and balancing the chemicals in your new pool.