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Renovations of your pool could save your money or make it!

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By abella johnPublished 2 years ago 3 min read

Have you considered the possibility of investing in a swimming pool renovation to save you and make you money? Spending money on a professional pool renovation—or even simply taking care of certain pool repair concerns or pool equipment upgrades—will save you money in the long term if you have an older swimming pool at your house. The additional value that a refurbished pool will add to your home will make you money if you decide to sell it. It will have updated features and will be more energy-efficient, requiring you to do less maintenance.

Boost the value of your property

According to the survey, in-ground pools boost the value of a home by 5 to 10%. Not only is a high-quality pool restoration a sensible method to get that value closer to the 10% increase, but a refurbished pool will also appeal to purchasers searching for a move-in ready home with few major repairs.

What if you don't intend to sell your property anytime soon? Is investing in a pool remodeling project a good investment? Renovation of your swimming pool is the perfect decision if you want to save money, reduce operating and maintenance costs, and create a safer swimming pool environment.

Resurface your swimming pool.

One of the most common pool renovation alternatives is pool resurfacing. The environment takes its toll on your swimming pool over time. As a result, you might prefer to keep your pool covered rather than swimming in it every day. Resurfacing your pool will give it a new look, and today's resurfacing materials will withstand harsher environmental conditions than previous materials.

Replacing your outdated pool equipment (pumps, heaters, lights, controllers, etc.) with newer, energy-efficient pool equipment is another good option to invest money and recoup money with your pool remodel. Modern swimming pool equipment will conserve energy and water while also being quieter and less expensive to operate. You may be eligible for tax credits or rebates with your new energy efficient swimming pool equipment, in addition to lower power bills and less money spent on equipment maintenance and repairs.

Consider making the switch to saltwater.

Converting a chlorine pool to a salt water pool is a swimming pool improvement that many pool owners overlook (but should). Swimming pools with salt water provide numerous health advantages. They also have cost-cutting advantages. This is owing to the fact that a saltwater swimming pool is less expensive to operate and maintain than a chlorinated pool.

Repairing your pool, bringing your pool equipment up to date, resurfacing your pool, or even going with a partial pool redesign will all pay off in the long term. If you're getting tired of the cracked tiles, faded pool surface, and noisy, energy-sucking pool equipment, consider a pool restoration. The purpose of your swimming pool is for you to have fun in it. One method to reclaim that joy is to renovate your pool!

Innovations in Technology

If your pool is older than ten years, it is unlikely to include some of the more sophisticated features seen in newer pools. New pools have made major breakthroughs, meaning they perform better and consume less energy than older pools.

The energy demands of pools are changing as a result of new heat-chill pumps. They gather energy from the air and use it to cool the pool, which reduces the amount of electricity used and the amount of space needed. Pumps with variable speeds can save money by running at lower speeds while the pool is not in use.

There are few limitations to the types of alterations you may make: one client went all out, working with designers and engineers to develop a pool that costs almost nothing to run thanks to its energy efficiency and new technologies. This is clearly a one-of-a-kind enterprise, but the rewards are enormous.


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