3 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Pool Area

The good news is that most pools can last for decades; the bad news is they will look outdated or worse for wear much quicker. When your pool is first installed, everything is new and sparkling. After a few years of use, styles change and constant use takes its toll. If your pool is showing signs of wear or just needs a new look, here are three ways to rejuvenate your pool area without replacing your pool.

  1. Install a new pool deck. The surrounding paving around your pool can make a big impact on its appearance. If you have an old pool deck that is cracking, unlevel or just plain, consider a natural stone or paver pool deck to upgrade your pool area.
  2. Resurface your pool. The surface of your pool needs to be replaced to protect your pool from leaks and damage. It also can transform the look of your pool. A new surface can give it an updated sparkle and color – in many cases, a resurfaced pool can look brand-new again.
  3. Add some interesting features. If you want to upgrade your pool area, consider adding some features. Fire and pool lighting can add color and brightness to your pool area at night; waterfalls, water walls and other water features can create movement and sound for an intriguing pool experience.

You can reinvent your pool area without replacing your pool. A few renovations or upgrades can make a big difference in the style of your pool area for your enjoyment and to add value to your home. Contact your local pool remodel specialists to discuss the best options to improve and rejuvenate your pool area.

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Somar Pool Service & Repairs
401 East Las Olas Boulevard #130
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
954-800-0780

Cool Design Elements for Updating Your Pool

Does your swimming pool have a drab or dull appearance? Or maybe it is bright and brilliant, but you would prefer a softer natural style or a clean, modern look. There is no reason to consider replacing a pool due to style – a few updates can transform your pool. Consider updating your pool with these cool design elements.

Resurface for a New Look

One of the quickest ways to update your pool without much fuss is resurfacing. For older pools with stains and faded areas, a new surface can make them look new again. Resurfacing can also change the color or brilliance of your pool, while protecting the base lining to extend the lifespan.

Rock Work, Waterfalls and Stone Pool Decks

If natural stone is your favorite element for your outdoor spaces, consider adding more stone to your pool area. Pool renovators can add rock work as a backdrop to your pool and spa, or a waterfall with natural stones to create a realistic oasis. Natural stone can also be used around your pool – consider a gorgeous marble or travertine pool deck.

Light Up the Nights

Pools are not just for sunbathing – a cool dip on a warm night is a great use of your pool. Plus, your pool is the centerpiece of your outdoor space. Light it up with fiberoptic lighting that can infuse color and light into the night for entertaining after dusk.

Your pool does not need to be boring or outdated. Discuss a pool design upgrade with resurfacing, features, natural stone or new lighting with your local pool renovation specialist. Use one or more options to update your pool and give your outdoor space an enhanced appearance.

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Somar Pool Service & Repairs
401 East Las Olas Boulevard #130
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
954-800-0780

Choose the Pool Waterfall to Match Your Style

Do you want to upgrade your swimming pool with a waterfall? You may already have an image in mind of the waterfall you want, but you may not realize how many different options are available for pool waterfalls. From large, cascading “natural” waterfalls to contemporary designs that offer an artistic spray of water, you can find a waterfall that will match your style and add the movement and sound you want for your pool area.

Modern Arch Waterfalls

If you have a sleek or modern pool design, you may want to match your waterfall to your pool style with an arch design. These waterfalls are more like a spout that pours and arches water into the pool. The spouts come in many shapes and sizes, offering an artistic option to add water movement in your pool.

Traditional Rainforest Waterfall

For the traditional natural waterfall that cascades over rocks into your pool, you want a rainforest waterfall. These can be a small formation of rocks on the ledge of your pool or a large wall of boulders that showers water with a relaxing sound of moving, splashing water.

Water Wall or Water Curtain

Another option that is popular is the water wall or curtain. This uses a straight line of water that flows directly down, creating the wall or curtain of water. The sound is amazing and the design compliments many of the more modern pool designs like infinity pools.

To explore all the different options available in waterfalls and water features for your pool, contact your local pool remodeling contractor. You can find the perfect waterfall to match your style and improve the beauty of your pool area.

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Somar Pool Service & Repairs
4581 Weston Road
Weston, FL 33331
(954) 840-8544