If you have decided that your swimming pool in Kansas needs a bit of TLC or a complete redo, you have come to the right place. At Premier Pools and Spa, we take pride in ensuring that your pool turns out exactly how you want it. We also want to make sure you know exactly what to expect throughout the remodel process so that you can make the necessary arrangements, and ensure that the rehab goes smoothly. The following will tell you what you need to know when you choose us for your pool remodeling needs.
Best Ways to Minimize Inconvenience
While we try to make the entire remodeling process for swimming pools in Kansas as easy as possible, there are a few things that you can do, and be aware of, before we get started.
- Communication is key, and we do our best to make sure you know what is going on every step of the way. However, there may be times when the weather or some other unforeseen issue slows us down. If you ever have any questions, concerns, or problems, please feel free to talk to us so we can fix it.
- Make sure that all moveable items such as potted plants, furniture, and water accessories are all removed from the area before we arrive.
- If you want to keep noise and dust to a minimum indoors, make sure to shut all of your windows.
- Understand that the gate to your pool will be open (or completely removed, if necessary) throughout the remodel. If you have curious children or pets, make sure you keep them away from the area for their safety.
The Remodel Process
We will have to make sure that your pool is empty, the manner of which will depend on what the laws state must be done when emptying swimming pools in Kansas. We will then start preparing the interior surfaces for the treatment that you have requested. This can get a bit noisy, so if you have neighbors close by you might want to warn them.
When we remodel swimming pools in Kansas, we always start on the outside first. This makes sure that there is no danger of your new pool surface being damaged due to the work being done on the outside. Once we have completed the deck, water features, re-plumbing, or anything else you have requested, everything is covered so that we can begin on the interior. Once the interior has been redone and set, you’ll be able to start refilling your pool. Make sure you do not shut off the water until it has reached the water line tile to make sure you do not leave a permanent ring. When filled, you will need to start adding chemicals.
After this is completed, make sure to run your filter and brush your pool several times each day until the dust is removed. After that, you can enjoy your newly remodeled swimming pool in Kansas.