Pool Repair & Restoration / Spa Repair & Restoration
Is your swimming pool or spa tile band cracked, chipped or falling off? Usually the first thing you notice on a pool is the water line tile. A new tile band can make your pool look new again. Todays' tiles are available in a broad palette of exotic colors, textures and captivating styles. Painted pools can appear dated. A new plaster surface will last longer, as much as five times longer than a painted pool.
Haggerty Pools restored this kidney shaped pool for a customer in Rye, NY
Kidney shaped swimming pool in Rye, NY following major restoration.
Haggerty Pools completed this Grecian pool renovation in Stamford CT.
Haggerty Pools completed this Fairfield County oval pool restoration for a customer in Wilton, CT.
Haggerty Pools completed this oval swimming pool renovation, complete with blue stone decking.
Haggerty Pools was chosen to restore this swimming pool to it's former glory.
Haggerty Pools completely renovated this swimming pool in Ridgefield CT.
Swimming pool and deck renovation.
Swimming pool after restoration.
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Broken or cracked coping stones are not uncommon in older pools, especially those that experience freezing temperatures during the winter months here in New England. When several coping pieces are in need of replacing, pool owners often opt to update the look of their pool by removing and replacing them with new styles. Coping options include pre-cast, bullnose bluestone, bullnose brick, granite and custom-cut flagstones. Many older pools feature concrete decks. A pool area can take on a new life through the applications of a decorative treatment, brick pavers, bluestone, granite, or natural stone masonry.