Concrete Pool Conversion

After many years the chemicals in the pool water can penetrate into the concrete and cause steel reinforcement to rust, leading to large black or brown stains from forming. This will need to be cut out, waterproofed and concreated over prior to the new fibreglass membrane being installed

Rough plaster can cause bathers to graze their feet and knees which is very uncomfortable. Fibreglass is a super smooth surface that is friendly to the skin and will reduce chemical consumption

Blackspot is a fungi that penetrates into old pool plaster causing patches of blackspot to form on the surface. It can be treated but will always come back. Restoring your swimming pool with a new fibreglass membrane will eliminate this problem and make your pool easier to maintain

Plaster that is old can have fine cracks running through the surface that resembles spider webs. This can be quite unsightly especially on darker coloured plaster. Although merely aesthetic it will be elimanated one the pool is restored

With many years of service pool plaster can separate from the concrete shell leading to hollows forming which come away to leave holes. These holes will be filled prio to the new fibreglass membrane being installed

Water loss is caused from cracks and gaps between tiles and skimmer boxes. All repairs are done prior to installation of a new fibreglass membrane and guaranteed for 7 years. This will save hundreds in water bills and even more in chemicals

Concrete Pool Renovation Advantages

Lining a concrete pool with fiberglass is a popular option for homeowners looking for a durable, low-maintenance, and attractive pool solution. The advantages of fiberglass pool liners are numerous and include increased durability, reduced maintenance, improved hygiene, and customizable design options.

Fiberglass is a strong and durable material that can withstand the harsh conditions of a swimming pool environment. Unlike other materials, such as concrete or vinyl, fiberglass won’t crack, chip, or peel, ensuring that your pool will look good for years to come. This durability makes fiberglass pool liners a great investment for homeowners who want a pool that will last.

In addition to its durability, fiberglass pool liners require less maintenance than other types of pools. They are resistant to algae growth and don’t require as much cleaning, saving you time and effort in the long run. The smooth, non-porous surface of a fiberglass pool makes it more hygienic and easier to clean, helping prevent the growth of bacteria, algae, and other contaminants. This keeps the water clean and safe for swimming, making fiberglass pools a great option for families with young children or for those who are concerned about pool hygiene.

Customization is another major advantage of fiberglass pool liners. They are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, so you can choose the perfect pool for your home. Whether you want a traditional rectangular pool, a free-form pool with curves, or a unique shape that fits your backyard perfectly, fiberglass pool liners can be customized to fit your specific needs and preferences.

Finally, fiberglass pool liners can be installed quickly, usually in just a few days. This means that you can start enjoying your new pool sooner, without the need for a long, drawn-out construction process. Quick installation also means less disruption to your daily life, as the installation process is typically fast and easy.

In conclusion, lining a concrete pool with fiberglass is a great option for homeowners looking for a durable, low-maintenance, hygienic, and customizable pool solution. With its numerous benefits, fiberglass pool liners are a great investment that will provide years of enjoyment for you and your family. Whether you’re looking to add value to your home, create a backyard oasis, or simply have a place to cool off on hot summer days, fiberglass pool liners are the perfect choice.


Concrete Pools Converted

pool renovation process

5 Year Guarantee

Against cracking, Peeling or Blackspot

The Process

Renovating and converting an old concrete shell with a new fibreglass membrane is a cost effective method of transforming the look of your backyard. It will also reduce the cost of chemicals to maintain the swimming pool as fibreglass pools are much easier to maintain and do not require as much chemical balancing as plastered pools. Fibreglass membraned pools are salt friendly and gentle to the touch.

  1. Empty water from pool and remove any debris.
  2. Tarp pool to protect from sun light and help prevent debris going into the pool.
  3. Pressure blast the pool to remove any loose materials.
  4. Installation of any re-modelling inclusions, such as ledges, steps or plumbing items.
  5. Repair the surface of the swimming pool including missing plaster or hollows if required and prime using vinyl ester resin.
  6. Fibreglass entire pool surface in conjunction with a high grade vinyl ester resin.
  7. Application of vinyl ester Fill Coat, to fill fibreglass strand pattern & pre-colour the new surface ready for the top coat.
  8. Application of Top coating, manufactured to specified choice of colour using the latest UV stabilising technologies, to give a superior & durable finish.
  9. Clean up and remove tarp.
  10. Handover.