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Custom Pool Renovations in Maryland

Do you currently have an old swimming pool or spa that doesn’t function? Do you currently have an old swimming pool or spa that is in major need of a face life?

Coastal Pools does more than just new pool and spa construction — we offer pool remodeling services as well. Coastal Pools follows all of our same quality processes for pool renovations to ensure your project is completely custom and the vision you have is attained. From simple face lifts of tile, coping and plaster, to completely redesigning the layout of your existing pool, Coastal Pools will make your backyard something to be proud of again. Check out our recent projects to see how we’ve helped transform the backyards of our previous clients.

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During your design meeting, we will go over everything to
create a unique to your property pool and patio design, as
well as looking over a wide variety of materials for your

From Standard Tile and Coping Selections to
Custom Cut Natural Stone materials we have a showroom
that will help make your vision come to life.

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Signs You Need a New Pool Renovation

There are several signs that indicate it’s time for a pool renovation. One of the primary indicators is visible wear and tear on your swimming pool, such as cracks or peeling in the pool surface or pool deck. Tiles falling off or loose coping stones are another major indicator that not only is there an aesthetic issue, but it could be an indicator of a much bigger structural issue.  While concrete pools are a great investment that can last 50 years and beyond, it is not uncommon to have to start some repairs or renovations on concrete pools after 15 to 20 years. Another indication it may be time for renovations is if your pool’s equipment, such as the pool heater or filtration system is no longer functioning efficiently. Frequent repairs to these components can be costly, and investing in a pool remodel might be more economical in the long run. Other signs include changes in your family’s needs or preferences, such as desiring a hot tub or more attractive backyard pool design, or if you notice a significant increase in your pool maintenance costs due to outdated features or materials.

The Benefits of Renovating an Old Pool

Renovating an old pool can provide numerous benefits — both aesthetically and functionally. A pool remodel project can significantly enhance the overall appearance of your existing backyard pool, transforming it into a more inviting and attractive space for relaxation. This can be achieved through various pool remodeling options, such as pool plaster upgrades, resurfacing, and adding new features like waterfalls or LED lighting. 

In addition, a pool remodel can improve the efficiency of your swimming pool and lower costs in the long run. For example, upgrading your pool’s heating and filtration systems can reduce energy consumption, while pool resurfacing can extend the lifespan of your pool and reduce chemical usage — minimizing the need for major pool renovations in the future. It’s also worth noting that a complete backyard pool overhaul can add value to your property, making it more appealing to potential buyers if you decide to sell your home. It’s important to consider the cost to remodel a pool and balance it with the long-term benefits and savings that come with a well-executed renovation project.

Schedule Your Pool Renovation Today

When it comes to professional pool renovation services, you can always place your trust in our team. At Coastal Pools, we’re committed to using a technical approach when working on pool remodeling projects to ensure that our clients are left with the highest-quality results — which is why you can always expect the very best from our team when it comes time to renovate your old backyard pool!

Interested in learning more about how we remodel a pool? To schedule an appointment and discuss pool remodeling costs, contact us today.


Our restoration process typically involves assessing the current condition of your pool, identifying any structural or cosmetic issues, and recommending appropriate solutions. These solutions may include pool resurfacing, updating pool equipment, repairing leaks, and upgrading pool decking. Our team of skilled professionals will work closely with you to ensure that your pool restoration project meets your specific needs, preferences, and budget.

The ideal time to remodel a pool varies depending on your location and climate. However, we recommend scheduling your pool remodeling project during the fall or winter months. This period typically experiences milder weather, making it easier for our team to complete the renovation process efficiently. Additionally, undertaking a pool remodel during the off-season allows you to minimize any disruption to your swimming enjoyment, ensuring that your pool is ready for use when warmer temperatures return.

Changing the shape of a pool can be a significant undertaking and may incur additional costs compared to a standard pool remodel. However, the exact expense depends on various factors, such as the size of your existing pool, the desired new shape, the materials used, and any necessary structural modifications.

Expanding your pool’s size commonly involves extending the pool walls, modifying the surrounding pool deck, and upgrading the pool’s filtration and circulation systems to accommodate the increased water volume. Our team will carefully assess your existing pool and backyard space to determine the feasibility of expanding your pool while ensuring that the project meets local building codes and regulations.

The cost to redo a pool can vary significantly depending on the extent of the remodeling project and the size and complexity of your swimming pool. Common pool renovation tasks such as resurfacing, upgrading equipment, and improving pool decking can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands.