At the end of last summer, did you decide that another year couldn't go by without you giving a great deal of attention to your swimming pool and to the area that surrounds it? Consider how rapidly the months have passed since your family and friends have been able to swim. That's how fast the months will pass until swimming weather is here again. Do you have a plan for getting your swimming pool ready for this summer?
Maybe you are looking for ideas. If so, you've come to the right place. Keep reading for some ideas that will help you make your swimming pool and the surrounding area of the pool beautiful and ready for a great summer of swimming.
Start by making arrangements for pool resurfacing services. The process of resurfacing your swimming pool might seem simple, but it will take quite a bit of time and work. You'll certainly be thankful that there are experts that will do the job instead of you having to do it. Be ready to spend some important money on the project.
There will be several steps in resurfacing the pool.
- First, all of the water will be drained. That in itself will take quite a bit of time. The workers might start the draining the day before their resurfacing job begins.
- After the pool is totally drained, debris will be removed and the pool will be thoroughly cleaned.
- If the pool has any cracks or if there is any other damage, it will be repaired. Damaged materials will be chipped out and smoothed over.
- Finally, the pool will be acid washed and then given a brand new finish.
- Consider selecting a dark blue for the finish of your swimming pool. Doing that will give the water a gorgeous intense blue appearance.
The same company that does your pool resurfacing will more than likely also refinish the area surrounding the pool. If you've decided to beautify that part of your landscaping, consider selecting terra cotta red flagstone. That will be a dramatic complement to the blue color of your swimming pool. Another idea is to use both flagstone and bricks as the floor design.
Perhaps you want to give the pool a dramatic look. Think of adding a waterfall, rocks, and pots of different designs and textures to the pool area. Choose easy-to-care-for plants that you can place in the pots to complete the look.