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18 Nov Blog | Comments

We work year round

We work year round

Ever wonder if a pool can be renovated in the winter? Yes many things can be done to update the look of your pool and most of those things can be done in the cold of winter. So call us today, we can have your swimming pool and spa looking great before the rush of […]

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26 Jul Blog | Comments

Summer is a good time to renovate a pool.

Summer is a good time to renovate a pool.

Did you know most major renovations take an average of nine days? We can remove and replace tile and coping, prep and resurface most pools in less than two weeks. Now might be the perfect time to shut your pool down for some intensive renovation work.

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31 Mar Blog | 1 comment

Does your pool need to be remodeled?

Does your pool need to be remodeled?

How do you know when a tile repair is enough? Does the pool surface have any life left? What about your pool deck? Is it cracked and getting worse? With so many options available to pool owners it is easy to understand how some folks are reluctant to initiate contact with a pool remodeling company. […]

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01 Feb Blog | Comments

Why am I calling Olympic Pool Plastering and getting referred to Precision Pool Renovations?

Why am I calling Olympic Pool Plastering and getting referred to Precision Pool Renovations?

Olympic Pool Plastering has built a reputation on years of quality. They are consistently surpassing expectations at a fair price. So why then are they giving the pool renovation business away to Precision Pool Renovations? Simple, two reasons really. One is that Olympic Pool Plastering wants to stay with their mission statement to provide the […]

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21 Jan Blog | Comments

Yes Virginia, we do work in the winter

Yes Virginia, we do work in the winter

Are you ready for spring? Our recent bone chilling weather has likely done some damage to your pool tile, deck and coping. When you remove your cover in the spring don’t be surprised to find things a little different than they were when you put your pool into hibernation. At Precision Pool Renovations our advice […]

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21 Jan Blog | Comments

Does you pool water stay cloudy? Is your water chemistry accurate?

Does you pool water stay cloudy? Is your water chemistry accurate?

Maybe your pool water turnover rate is below what is needed to properly filter and chemically maintain that crystal clear look we all admire. Sure the filter might be dirty and maybe you are cleaning or backwashing the filter media only to find your efforts are short lived. Maybe your problem is deteriorating plaster. Plaster […]

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23 Dec Blog, Photos | Comments

What is the buzz?

What is the buzz?

Although some know exactly the backyard look they have in mind, many of our customers do not know what they want because they just do not know what is available to them. Let us do the design work for you! During our initial interview, we will assess your pool health and suggest ideas for a […]

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21 Dec Blog | Comments

Hello North Georgia!

Hello North Georgia!

Welome all to the new Internet portal for Precision Pool Renovations. We hope you will check in from time to time as we update our friends on the current trends in swimming pool remodeling.

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Can a vinyl pool be converted to a concrete pool?

Can a vinyl pool be converted to a concrete pool?

Take a look at this award winning project in Lilburn. We started with a plain concrete pool deck and an old faded vinyl liner. By the end of the project we had formed and poured a new shotcrete pool shell, installed waterline tile and water features, we also added an 18″ band of natural stone […]

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16 Dec Blog | Comments

Natural stone, to seal or not to seal?

Natural stone, to seal or not to seal?

You have beautiful new stone work now protect it. Over time, moisture migrates through porous natural sandstone, brick and travertine leaving efflorescence, (white salt deposits on the surface) and surface spalling, (delamination of the top layer of stone).  The grout between the stones is subject to freeze thaw cycles and the accompanying expansion and contraction […]

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