Whether it’s a residential pool renovation or a commercial pool renovation, it all depends on what you want to do and what the pool needs. With that said, the cost of a pool renovation can widely vary, starting with the size and depth of the pool. A variety of material and equipment upgrades and options are available for both inground pools and ones that are elevated. So how do you know when you need a pool renovation? There are tell-tale signs that will be obvious. Like the interior finish looks worn, pitted, or discolored. Maybe the pool tile is dated, falling off, or is in a state of disrepair. Perhaps you pool decking and coping materials are cracking, dated, in a state of disrepair, or has areas where puddles of water collect. Sometimes pool owners just want to change the overall look of their swimming pool. You’ll need a pool renovation if you want to upgrade to a different interior finish color or material, add a spa to your existing pool, add water features and fountain effects, add swimming pool fire features, alter the size or shape of the pool, replace existing vinyl liner pools with a gunite pool or fiberglass, replace a fiberglass pool with gunite, add a shady umbrella spot inside your pool, add a lounging area, play area, or tanning ledge, update your pool to today’s high-energy efficiency standards via upgrading the equipment and plumbing, or even update your pool to have an automated pool chemical management system. Whatever your needs are, we have an expert pool renovation design staff on hand to provide you with the best solutions and ideas.