If your pool area is looking a little outdated and could use a makeover, there are many ways you can improve the look of your summertime oasis, while adding some great value to your home.
Here are some cost-effective landscaping, garden and pool renovation tips to get you prepared for the Brisbane Summer.
Although pool renovations might mean a full stripped back re-tiled or coated pool, the areas around it might not need that much effort or expenditure to get add significant value to your home.
Landscaping and outdoor covered areas are a great way to begin your backyard makeover, and changing things like your lawn and plants, paving, fencing and resurfacing of walls, day beds, outdoor seating or dining areas, or even a full yard-sized timber deck can bring a tired yard up to scratch.
External kitchens, and barbecue spaces are a simple place to start with the makeover, and LimeTree Constructions have years’ experience in doing these types of landscape construction jobs. Renovations are somewhat of an artform, and when it comes to improving your outdoor space, Joe is the artist you need.
1. Pool interiors
Resurfacing a pool and installing new tiles is a cost-effective change for a pool renovation. Changing the colour of the pool will give a dramatic change your home may be needing.
Neglected gardens look messy and, one of the simplest ways to improve an old garden is to integrate hedges or borders using simple hardy plants. Tropicals work well, as they remain green and give a relaxing feel, and are quite cheap to maintain.
3. Surface treatment
A yard that has been added to a number of times over the years might different surface types and look ugly. Covering these unsightly areas with timber decking or concrete can vastly improve the look and value of your home. Timber produces traditional collaboration and fusion if used in the right ways, and LimeTree Constructions know exactly how to get the most out of your budget.
Contact Joe today for a free quote, or to discuss your pool and yard renovations.