Concrete Pool Renovation
The owners wanted a concrete pool renovation to match their newly renovated home. The concrete level of the old pool was 200mm higher than the finished floor level of the house. One of the biggest challenges was to lower this level as it involved cutting down the edge beam of the swimming pool by about 300mm. Fortunately the pool was deep enough for us to do so and accommodate the depth required.
A heated spa was also on the wish list and the pool had be to redesigned to accommodate this. This required building a different structure within the old pool and fitting a whole new plumbing system.
We created this fantastic concrete pool renovation by finishing the swimming pool with an Aqua-guard fibreglass lining. The spa was fully tiled with beautiful, sparkly ceramic tiles. The pool surround was created from Jarrah coloured honed, exposed aggregate. The flower boxes were built to incorporate a stone water feature. The sheer decent water feature falls behind the Merbau deck and then flows under the deck returning into the swimming pool. The magical effect of this is that the water seems to disappear from the tranquil water feature. Lighting was effectively used to accentuate the design elements.
The owners had recently upgraded the existing equipment which we were able to reconfigure and use and only had to add one addition pump and blower for the spa.
We absolutely love our new pool. It’s a dream come true. At night it transports us to somewhere really special. Sitting in the heated spa and watching the water feature and water shadows from the pool lights is really stunning.