10 Pool Enhancement Errors to Avoid

10 Pool Enhancement Errors to Avoid

To save you from figuring out all the pool remodeling mistakes after completion of the task or while you are halfway through it, we have lined up 10 errors. Read on to avoid yourself from committing these pool enhancement mistakes and save ample time and money.

Error 1: Forgetting the Work Permit

Yes, proper work permit is a must and cannot be avoided at any cost. Before beginning any work, make sure you avail a permit that confirms with all the necessary formalities of your locality.

Error 2: Purchasing Cheap Supplies

One of the worst money-saving tactics is buying cheap supplies. In the long run, you will end up spending double the amount on repairs and automatically regret your decision. Best quality materials will make your pool last long and look fabulous.

Error 3: Not Employing a Contractor

A professional pool builder plays a significant role. He is acquainted with the right permits to have, the right supplies to purchase and to apply the accurate solution whenever there is a problem.

Error 4: Overlooking Home Design

Overlooking your home design isn’t a great idea. Your pool should be an extension of your home style rather than being something so different that it ends up looking odd.

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Get Yourself a Pebble-Bottom Finish Pool

Get Yourself a Pebble-Bottom Finish Pool

Have you come across a picture or movie scene that had a tropical pool at the back-drop that caught your attention and you wished you could install one? Yes, it happens! The pastoral look perfectly harmonized with the natural surroundings can be quite captivating. But then the thought of the entire affair being an expensive one or the slim chances of your backyard space might lead in delaying your plans. Think again! Rather than making presumptions you can read on the details and figure out the cost.

Pebble Pool Finishes

Pebble finishes are a type of exposed aggregate finish that gives the pools a perfect pastoral or blue-lagoon design. There are a huge assortment of textures and color combination to choose from. Many people are unaware of the fact that skilled professionals or pool builders apply pebble finishes by hand unlike other finishes where machines are used. After completion of the pebble bottom application on the pool, a water and muriatic acid concoction is used to powder wash the finish. It is the powder wash that does the magic by removing all the unwanted concrete from the top layer to expose the beautiful colored pebbles leaving the pool looking ravishing.

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