pool renovations and rebuilding services

Are you considering a pool renovation? Before diving in, talk with a member of our expert team. From planning and design to execution and finishing touches, together we’ll make sure your new pool is exactly how you envisioned it.

Pool Renovations Large and Small

It is clear that homeowners in the Capital Region love their pools.  Whether entertaining family and friends or taking an early evening dip to escape the hot summer nights, your pool is your personal oasis of relaxation and fun. But your pool also adds value to your home.

According to real estate sale statistics, a home with a pool sells on average for $110,000 more than a home without one. Whether you may be thinking about selling your home or just enhancing the look of your private backyard getaway, we will provide you with expert advice and service to make your pool renovation a dream come true.

Here are the services that we offer:

  • Concrete Deck installation, Stamp, broom & swirl finish
  • Deck removal, removal of interlock or concrete deck around the pool
  • Inground pool wall structure repair
  • Bottom of pool repair & installation
  • Steps, pebble, and various interiors
  • Landscaping within and around your pool
  • Interlocking stone pool decks (available with trusted partners)
  • New equipment installation and configuration
  • Pumps, filters, saltwater chlorinators, and more!
  • Removal of inground pools

With almost a decade of experience and an extensive list of happy clients, you can trust us to spruce up your pool, transforming your backyard into the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

The Leader in Ottawa Pool Renovations

We are committed to providing exceptional service, and to listening to your feedback at every stage of your renovation. We can ensure an entirely custom renovation that is unique to your specific needs and wants. We believe that like people, no two pools should be the same, and it shows in our work.



“Quebec has well over 300,000 backyard pools, more than Ontario (which has five million more people), and more than almost anywhere else in North America on a per-capita basis.” – The Globe and Mail