Tips to Choose the Best Calabasas Pool Remodeling Services

If you are considering a major swimming pool remodel and updating your back yard, or if you are just looking to replaster and retile your swimming pool and spa, Calabasas pool remodeling (replastering) can do it. We strive to give our valued clients an honest evaluation of their project. We do everything possible to meet your needs before, during, and after the process of your swimming pool remodeling (replastering) project. At Calabasas pool remodeling (replastering), our commitment is to you.

We provide our Calabasas clients competitive price along with quality workmanship performed on a time efficient schedule. We understand the value of good communication with our clients throughout the swimming pool remodeling (replastering) process. Our goal is to create a lasting positive relationship with all of those that use our swimming pool remodeling (replastering) services. We strive to build a relationship where you don’t become a number, but a relationship that you will be proud to refer Calabasas pool remodeling (replastering) to your best friends!

Nearly all our Calabasas pool renovation projects include a new pool interior.  Due to the corrosive nature of swimming pool water, an old pool interior is typically what deteriorates first.  We specialize in permanent pool interiors – we only offer those we can warranty will last.

We renovate swimming pool interiors all over Calabasas.  You can view public pools re-surfaced with our premium quality plaster and gunite composite interior throughout Calabasas and Henderson, NV.

Whatever your swimming pool needs – a new interior, deck re-surfacing, new tile, new plumbing and circulation lines, ADA updates, play features, major structural repairs – we provide the expertise.

Swimming Pool Rock Slides

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Rock slides and walls as well as walkways make a great addition to make your Calabasas or Henderson NV swimming pool more enjoyable as well as pleasing to look at.

Calabasas Pool Plastering

Complement Your Pool with Plaster, Tile & Masonry

Calabasas pool plastering and remodeling services have assembled some of the finest plaster, tile, plumbing and deck crews in the country. Supported by our experienced project management staff, we’ve become the leader in the pool replastering and remodeling industry and have worked hard to earn a solid reputation.  With plaster crews, tile crews, and our gunite pool crew there is no project too large or too small for us to handle.

Complete Pool Remodels, Start-to-Finish

We specialize in residential and commercial projects of any size and complexity; working to meet the needs of pool owners in Calabasas. With the wide variety of tile, masonry, plaster and decking options available, possibilities are virtually endless!

Calabasas Pool Resurfacing

Our company has over 30 years’ experience in commercial and residential pool resurfacing and pool deck resurfacing. We offer pool resurfacing of any size, indoor or outdoor, large or small, vinyl liner, steel wall, tile, gunite or concrete.

Calabasas Pool Resurfacing will assess your swimming pool or deck resurfacing needs, give you a free written estimate, provide references, proof of insurance, and perform the work in a professional, timely manner. Commercial pool resurfacing, residential pool resurfacing, deck resurfacing, tile replacement, and custom coping installed by Calabasas Pool Resurfacing will make your swimming pool look and feel new again without the high cost of total replacement saving Henderson and Calabasas residents thousands of dollars.

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Swimming Pool Enclosure Types And Where To Begin

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If you are handy and want to tackle a home renovation project yourself, or if you simply want to know who the best person is to hire for your contracting work, get information about what type of swimming pool enclosure you want to install in your yard. There is a variety of styles to choose from, so assess your budget and space and go about preparing for this project.

Steps to Take

1. Think about the features you want to include in your enclosure and make a list of them, then browse online for what styles are available and how easy they are to do it yourself. You need to decide if you want an enclosure to simply cover all or part of the pool or a large space that you can make use of around the pool.

You can choose an enclosure that includes seating, a roof or sliding doors among other things, and a dehumidifier is recommended to make your enclosure last longer.

2. Consider your budget. Your pool enclosure could cost anywhere from $500-10,000 depending on the details and features you want to add, so once you know what you can afford, you can determine which elements from your wish list you can include.

3. Measure the width and length of your swimming pool to have an idea of how big your enclosure will be, and leave space on each side for a buffer area. You will also need to measure the height if you have a slide or a diving board.

4. When shopping around for kits, get free estimates from a variety of places and find out if a swimming pool enclosure builder is included in the price or if the installation is extra.

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Types of Enclosures

Doing your research to determine your budget requires you to have a bit of exposure to different types of enclosures available to you. Here are some of the common ones:

1. Screen – a screen enclosure is one of your cheapest options, and you can get it with different roofing options, like gable, peak or flat. It covers your pool but doesn’t provide a lot of privacy or protection.

2. Canvas – this option is not necessarily the most attractive, but it will preserve heating and allow you to use your pool longer in the season.

3. Glass – A glass or polycarbonate enclosure can be chosen for the entire pool or half of it, and it adds elegance to your landscaping. You can get the enclosure shaped like domes and even add a sunroof if you desire to get air and light in.

4. Conservatories – if your pool enclosure is meant to not only cover and protect your pool but also be a fully functional pool house, you want to choose conservatories. These buildings are covers for your pool that span from 7-10 feet high and have space inside for lounging, changing cabins and other essentials. They are very large and pricey though, so get estimates to determine if this is in your budget.

A Calabasas pool remodeling can serve many functions, so you must first evaluate your needs and budget to see the style that fits you. Choosing the right one will add to the longevity of your pool and the beauty of your landscape, so do your research.

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