Outdoor infinity edge swimming pool refurbishment in France.
As you can see from this pictures below this swimming pool was originally tiled with an infinity edge. We were called in to refurbish this pool as there had been movement in the structure which caused the swimming pool to suffer from large cracks and an infinity edge that had dropped by at least 1″ on one side. The large cracks caused water loss, which as mentioned in previous posts is costly both in terms of increased water usage and water heating bills. The drop in the infinity edge meant that the water was only passing over the edge on one side.
Our work on the project involved the re-building of the infinity edge, GRP lining the swimming pool, the new infinity edge, the gulley leading to the balance tank and of course the balance tank itself. We were very pleased with the outcome of this project as our lining completely rectified the increased water loss issue, it had also significantly improved the look and functionality of the infinity edge. As well as being heat resistant, chemical resistant and highly durable one of the other benefits with our GRP linings is that they can accommodate structural movement to a reasonable tolerance. Structural movement in a swimming pool is not uncommon and this is not the first pool we have seen to suffer from this problem, however rather than cracking or splitting where there has been movement in the pool, our linings to a certain degree can move with the pool. Overall this was a very nice project to work on in a wonderful area of France and we like to pride ourselves that we can carry out our linings all around the globe.