Your inground pool should be replaced when it has outlived its usefulness. Inground pools when built correctly can be a part of your family memories for generations. Having said that, sometimes folks come to a point in their life when they no longer want or use the swimming pool. This is the point in which you should consider replacing your swimming pool. There are several options available to you if you have reached that point. You can decide to remove, restore or renovate the inground pool.
Remove the Pool. If you reached a point in your life when you no longer want the pool, you could consider removing the existing structure and filling the area. Returning the space to yard or patio will open up new possibilities, and that may be just what you need.
Restore the Pool. Restoring pools to their former glory can often revive and renews interest. Bring vinyl pools back to life with a liner replacement. Concrete pools can be painted or resurfaced. Fiberglass pools do not require resurfacing, but you could refresh the look by adding perimeter glass tile and accents. Consider redoing the landscape or patio to make the backyard fresh and inviting again.
Renovate the Pool. If you are not using the pool as often as you would like, consider a complete renovation. If the pool is not useful to you the way it is, then renovate it or replace it with a pool that is more in line with your lifestyle. When it comes to a complete renovation, anything is possible.
Below is an example of small fiberglass pool replacing an old large concrete pool. The new fiberglass pool provided more lounging area and less maintenance which was just what the pool owner was looking for!
Wanting to replace your inground swimming pool with a fiberglass swimming pool? Take a look at our fiberglass pool designs to find the pool that will revive your love for your backyard swimming pool.