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Swimming pool refurbishment

Swimming pool problems can be a big headache and are not something you want to face more than once. Our pool relining epoxy membrane lining system offers a permanent and low maintenance solution to all tank problems and can be applied to any surface in both indoor and outdoor pools.

Alongside reliable waterproofing, pool relining offers a range of significant benefits:

We refurbish both private and commercial pools and our work is covered by a full warranty* and comprehensive aftercare programme for your peace of mind.

Our team are all experienced in swimming pool refurbishment we have worked on domestic pools across Nottingham and the United Kingdom alongside commercial pools.

Swimming pool refurbishment

Our swimming pool refurbishment services are ideal for anyone who wants to repair their current pool or even if you are looking for a redesign. We have a team of experts on what will be the most cost-effective solution for your situation. Swimming pool tank problems can be costly and not something you will want to deal with often. Our unique epoxy membrane lining system offers a permanent and low maintenance solution to all tank problems and can be applied to any surface in both indoor and outdoor pools. SA Pool Systems is the industry leader for swimming pool repairs, renovations, inspections, liner replacements, leak detection services as well as other related services. We have been providing quality services across Nottingham and the UK. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to use our swimming pool construction service.

We have experience working on private, commercial and public pools most recently completing projects for Ratcliffe College.

Swimming pool relining

Swimming pool relining is important in order to ensure the safety of your customers. Repair work is a great way to avoid incurring those larger more costly problems that could close your pool down for a period of time. SA Pool Systems pool refurbishment service and maintenance offers reliable pool relining services to commercial and private customers so that you can keep your pool in top condition all year round. 

Your pool’s lining is important as it forms a barrier between the wall of the pool and the water inside of it. Many inground pools have tiled walls that eliminate the need for a liner. Pools that feature a vinyl pool liner also have a layer of foam cushioning that forms a buffer between the liner and the pool wall. Your pool liner is subject to a significant amount of wear and tear so it is important to keep an eye out for potential issues. Some signs that your pool liner may need to be replaced are:

 

FAQs about swimming pool refurbishments & relining

Below you will find answers to common questions about swimming pool refurbishments.

Q. How often should you refurbish your pool?

A. There is no set time when a swimming pool will need refurbishment. Variables such as where the pool is located and volume of use will impact the time period before a refurbishment is required. On average pools in the UK need to be resurfaced around every 10 -15 years. This will allow the pool to have more longevity.

Q. What happens to a pool if it is not refurbished?

A. If a pool is not refurbished it will be more likely to become damaged and be a potential hazard to anyone that uses it. Pools can develop an uneven surface over a number of years alongside cracks and leaks which can lead to potential issues.

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Q. How long will it take to refurbish my pool?

A. The amount of time it takes to refurbish a pool depends on the extent of work performed. Pools that are being re-plastered can be completed in 3-5 days and afterwards be operational around 10 days. Pools that require a more in-depth refurbish including the pool flooring or a complete remodel may take longer. Be assured that when a project commences Omnia will make every effort to consistently move the job along and complete your project in a timely manner.

Q. How do you know when it’s time to refurbish a pool?

A. Your pool is very helpful at showing signs of when it needs a little bit of TLC. Some of the signs to look out for include plaster flaking or peeling, cracks and surface stains including rust and discolouration. These are all signals that it might be time to refurbish your pool. 

Q. How to tell if your pool needs relining

A. When your pool is due for relining, you’ll usually be able to tell. Rough surfaces, flaking or peeling plaster, and discoloured tiles indicate deteriorating materials. 

You might also notice rust and cracks throughout the feature. These problems will only worsen as time goes on. If you notice any of the above issues, resurfacing will ensure you can enjoy your pool for years to come.

 

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