Sunday, October 30, 2011

A Newly Renovated Home Gets Equal Attention To The Outdoor Living Space.

Magical Experience
Remodeled Pool by Sea Maiden Pools
Winter Park, Florida

It is often said that renovating a pool requires more skill and talent than building one from scratch. I tend to agree.  Coordination of old and new must be handled correctly or your outcome will be less than desirable.  When your project requires transitioning from, replacing or adding to, choosing the right builder is even more important. Deciding what has to go and what stays, what blends and what doesn't, addressing changing elevations, existing drainage, equipment replacement and it goes on and on.  I don't want to discourage anyone but one should know that before you operate, you want to choose the right talent for the job.

Sea Maiden Pools was referred by a Winter Park Custom Builder, Skolfield Homes who had recently completed the renovation of this beautiful home. The client invited Wayne and I to their home and we began to assess the scope of the project.  The home's lanai and summer kitchen area was beautifully designed which made our job that much easier.  The focus was to blend their "existing" with our "new" design for the pool and make it look like it was there from the beginning. As you view the video you can see details of the transition from existing lanai to the new paver deck.  Pool coping that was made for remodeled pools keeps with their contemporary look and feel.  Clean lines, coordinating waterline tile and the perfect interior finish to give that pool the nighttime glow just fitting for this magical experience. 


In getting to know our clients better, they said they recently moved to Orlando to be closer to their grandchildren.  Creating a space that was exciting and fun for them was very important.  It was all about the quality time they would spend with their family. This remodeled pool captured their attention with the starry lit grotto water fall and its fiber optic colored lighting. A truly Magical Experience!  

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