Got questions about a pool renovation?

Can't find the nswer to your question below? Give us a call or shoot us an email.

Are you a licensed pool builder?

Yes, we are fully licensed pool builders and structural landscapers. Our license number is 212378c. We also hold Public Liability Insurance and HBFC Insurance (sometimes called Home Owners Warranty Insurance).

What areas do you service?

We service the Eastern Suburbs, North Shore, and Northern Beaches. We also service some areas in the Inner West. We’d love to service all of Sydney; however, due to the location of our staff, we are simply unable to.  Feel free to give us a call to discuss. 

How long does it take to renovate a pool?

A basic pool renovation, such as updating the material finishes, takes roughly 6 weeks. More complex renovations, such as changing the shape of the pool, take roughly 12 - 14 weeks to complete. We can provide you with a timeline once we’re onsite. 

My pool has concrete cancer. Can it be saved?

Most of the older pools we work on have some degree of concrete cancer, which can be easily rectified during the pool renovation process. 

My project requires landscaping. Do you offer a landscaping service?

Renovate My Pool is a division of Harrisons Landscaping, which is a licensed structural landscaper and pool builder - 212378c. Harrisons is an award-winning landscape business specialising in high-end residential pools and gardens.

Are you affiliated with Harrisons?

Renovate My Pool is a division of Harrison’s Landscaping that specialises in luxury pool renovations. The Harrisons team carries out all projects under the same license number and high standards.

Do you charge a consultation fee?

We charge $330 inc GST for an onsite consultation. During this consult, we’ll discuss your brief, any council requirements, discuss design ideas and provide you with a budget for the project. Our clients always come away far more informed and confident about their project.

Do you renovate fibreglass pools?

No, we only renovate and work on concrete pools. It’s very difficult to maintain the structural integrity of an existing fibreglass pool. We have poured several new concrete pools inside existing fibreglass pools.

Is it possible to change the shape and size of an existing pool?

Yes, it’s very common to change the shape and size of a pool. Over the last 17 years, we’ve reduced the size of pools, added wet edges, added & removed spas, and changed the shape of many pools. 

How do I begin the process?

Simply make an enquiry via our contact page and one of our team will be in touch to discuss your project.