Schedule Your Pool Renovation Sooner Than Later

The question often asked from clients who want their swimming pool repaired or renovated: “When is the best time to start?”

Our suggestion to any homeowner with a pool is to plan ahead, and schedule your upgrade as early as possible. Clients schedule their pool upgrade as early as January, or even at the end of the prior year.

Depending upon the renovation such as a new pool finish, decent weather is key. We always like to communicate to our clients that inclement weather can, and will slow outdoor renovations resulting in a domino effect.


The Next Question To Yourself Should Be “What Upgrades To Consider When Renovating Your Swimming Pool?”

If you have had your concrete swimming pool for over 15 years, it may be time to upgrade your pool finish, tile and coping, and even your pool equipment to a more eco friendly energy-efficient system.

Colony Pool Service, Inc. offers upgraded pool services including tile, coping, and pool finishes such as plaster, or Pebble Technology International® (PTI), the originator of the aggregate pool finish that blend beautifully into any outdoor environment.

Simple changes like a salt system upgrade, a new energy-efficient variable speed pump, or heat pump can most definitely change the way you feel about your pool. With the updated technology out there, energy-efficient pool equipment will save you money in the long run. We carry a wide range of pool products, extensive parts inventory, with competitive pricing. And, we are local. Guaranteed to make maintaining your pool simple and worry-free.

Think of your pool as an extension to your home. When you renovate your swimming pool, you are basically giving your pool a new lease on life.

With a pool renovation, you are restoring your pool to a state that makes it look and feel brand new again.


Early Renovation Scheduling Ensures That Your Pool Will Be Ready T0 Swim In Sooner Than Later

Our greatest tip to all homeowners who wish to upgrade their pool is to plan ahead, schedule early, and above all, having patience, paying close attention, and holding firm to the belief that someday the work will be done.

Your swimming pool is an investment.