Is your pool begging for an update? If you are thinking of giving your pool that much needed aesthetics and functionality update, it’s time to take a hard look at the numbers. There are thousands of ways to go about it – you can give your pool a facelift by having it resurfaced or you can order a major reconstruction and this can even include redesigning your yard.
The money you will be spending on the project will depend on your preferences and the general condition of the swimming pool and the poolscape.
As one can imagine, prices vary. The cost does not only depend on the work that you want done though but to a lesser extent, it will be dependent on the pool’s size and your location. To get the most accurate price, you would need to get a quote.
Average Remodeling Costs
It is important to note that the information below are estimates and that you still need to get a quote from us so you have an idea how much you will need to get your pool remodeled.
- Low cost pool renovations can cost up to $2,000.
- The average cost would usually fall between $4,000 to $15,000 but if you are thinking of transforming your pool and yard in one go, you’d likely be looking at a $100,000 price tag.
- Most homeowners spent $4,700 to $12,000 for their pool’s renovation. While the average reported cost is $8,137 according to Home Advisor.
- Giving the pool patio a facelift can cost you $2,000 to $10,000 or even more.
- Redoing the deck can cost $15,000 or a little over.
- The most basic type of concrete resurfacing usually cost $5,000 to $10,000.
- Minor repairs and some stonework can cost you $1,000 or less.
- Upgrading your pump and filter can cost between $500 to $1,500.
- New vinyl pool liners can cost between $3,000 to $5,000.
The question is, should you remodel your pool? If you only want to give your pool a new look, remodeling it is a great idea. This is a cost-effective way of going about it. Remodeling a pool has its disadvantages though and one of them is the labor required to get the work done. Experts note that pool remodeling works best on relatively new pools or older ones that are still in excellent condition.