Commercial Pool Renovation & Construction

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Stainless Steel Pools

PVC Pool Liner

Pool Grating

Pool Gutters

 Safety Padding

Pool Decking

60mil PVC Pool Liner

A RenoSys 60 mil PVC liner combined with DuraTech pool grating and gutters allows for the most cost-effective renovation of your existing pool. Your facility ends up looking like new at a fraction of the cost of conventional construction.

Close-up of a commercial 60mil PVC pool liner.

The Superior Pool Interior™

Leaking pool? The RenoSys 60 mil PVC liner is the ideal surface for the interior lining of any new or existing pool. This reinforced PVC membrane is watertight, slip-resistant, easy to maintain, and compatible with saltwater pools.

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Aquatic Conversion

Compete with commercial waterparks and a myriad of other entertainment options by engaging the entire family in one aquatic venue. A RenoSys Aquatic Conversion is a unique way of cost-effectively raising the value, attractiveness and the draw of an aging facility.

Pool Gutters & Decking

Reliable circulation systems and patron comfort and safety are as important to your facility as your pool. RenoSys offers pool perimeter products that deliver instant and outstanding results.

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DuraTech Pool Gutters

Trusted for heavy duty build and reliability, DuraTech gutters are available in either stainless steel or PVC.

DuraTech Pool Grating

Seamless, strong, and available in a number of styles and colors, including granite, PVC, and fiberglass.

RecDeck PVC Flooring

Watertight, comfortable, and versatile. A range of attractive colors are just right for pool decks and locker rooms.

SoftSide Safety Padding

Protect your guests from painful falls around dive stands and water play areas with these custom made pads.

NEW! DuraTech Deck Drain

Removes water from pool decks quickly and efficiently. Made from thick exterior grade PVC. Modular interlocking grating makes installation and maintenance a snap!

Image of a DuraTech deck drain for commercial pools.

Swimming Pool Construction

FuturaPool™ and SummitSeries™ are precision engineered commercial metal wall swimming pools that can be fully welded or modular systems. They are 100% watertight, incredibly durable and easy to maintain. Available with an attractive and watertight RenoSys PVC interior or a stainless steel finish.

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Custom Designed

We can provide comprehensive design assistance to your architect and engineering team to deliver a truly world-class, American-made pool facility to your community.

UniBrace Butteress System

FuturaPool features our patented one-piece buttress assembly, which can be combined with one of several gutter perimeter options, including integral or trench style stainless steel gutters.

Applications

  • Competition pools.
  • Elevated pools and spas.
  • Freestanding areana event pools.
  • Municipal mixed use pools.
  • Zero depth and wave pools.
  • YMCA, YWCA, and JCC pools.
  • Swim clubs and schools.

Rebuild or Renovate?

Large photo of a newly renovated country club pool.

Just because your pool may look as though it’s falling apart doesn’t mean you have to shut it down and build a new one. Many state parks and country clubs can really benefit from

 

RenoSys offers a variety of solutions that will allow you to “add on” to your existing infrastructure or simply repair a leaky pool. So how do you decide which direction to go? In many cases, it is more beneficial to fix what you have, and most of the time it is much less expensive than building new. On the other hand, you may be better off tearing it down and starting from scratch. That of course, depends on the condition of the structure, whether your needs have changed for that space, and your long term goals for the facility.

Let's discuss your project

We’re ready to answer your questions and help you decide on which of our many solutions best meet your project needs.

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Photo of a large stainless steel pool.
Image of a PVC pool liner in a commercial pool.
Photo of interlocking pool grates around the edge of a pool.
Image of a pool gutter for use in commercial swimming pools.
Photo of safety padding below a dive stand.
Photo of PVC flooring around a pool deck.
Close-up of a commercial 60mil PVC pool liner.
Photo showing a swimming pool that has been renovated to an aquatic conversion with fountains and slides
Image of a PVC gutter for use in swimming pool renovation.
Photo of grating that has been installed around a commercial pool.
Photo of colored PVC decking around a swimming pool.
Photo showing a safety pad under a diving board.
Image of a DuraTech deck drain for commercial pools.
A photo of a stainless steel pool under construction with a buttress system. Photo of an elevated rooftop pool with a city skyline in the background.
Large photo of a newly renovated country club pool.

Image of a PVC gutter for use in swimming pool renovation.
Photo of grating that has been installed around a commercial pool.
Photo of colored PVC decking around a swimming pool.
Photo showing a safety pad under a diving board.
A photo of a stainless steel pool under construction with a buttress system. Photo of an elevated rooftop pool with a city skyline in the background.
Large photo of a newly renovated country club pool.