Renovating or repairing an existing pool?

If you have an older, faded vinyl pool liner, and it’s time for a replacement, upgrade to an Aqualux pool finish. 100% compatible with all vinyl lined pools, installation is a simple matter of removing the old liner, tidying up the surface as needed, and fitting the Aqualux finish. Just because a pool starts out as a tiled or painted pool – or even a fibreglass pool – doesn’t mean it has to stay that way. Almost any pool is suitable for an Aqualux conversion, and if your old pool is ready for a new lease on life, resurfacing with Aqualux is an efficient, practical and stylish solution.

Repair a leaking or cracked pool

If you’ve had repeated crack repairs on a tiled, painted or other hard pool finish, Aqualux is the answer.  A hard pool shell can’t handle ground movement – so where traditional finishes like tile, render and fibreglass will crack, Aqualux can flex and return back to its original position. It is capable of flexing over 200%. With drought and flood conditions over the last 10 years affecting large areas of Australia, we’ve seen a massive increase in the numbers of concrete swimming pools being resurfaced with Aqualux to repair cracks and leaks.

Faded or Peeling Fibreglass

This fibreglass pool shell pictured here was faded and flaky, and the owners were starting to experience what is known as ‘fibreglass itch’. The pool was drained, loose fibreglass removed, and the pool shell was converted and resurfaced with Aqualux for a no-nonsense, effective solution.

Restoring your pool with Aqualux

Perhaps your swimming pool still functions fine, but is looking a bit tired. Give it a new lease on life with Aqualux! Pick from a range of stunning colours and patterns – you can easily change from a natural, pebble look pool to a vibrant resort blue.

Replacing an inground pool liner

For areas with ground movement, where cracking causes issues, or for just an all round ‘low maintenance’ swimming pool, it’s hard to beat an inground pool liner. An Aqualux pool finish is ideal here too – the old liner is pulled out, and the Aqualux goes straight in.