Pool has been empty for quite a few years; pool specialist stated that as long as there are no leaks (leak detection test costs about $200-$300), and equipment is running fine, with a re-plaster, the pool could be up and running for less than $2,000. Of course the cost will increase if new tile, new equipment, and new coping were desired and/or required.

Pool has been empty for quite a few years; pool specialist stated that as long as there are no leaks (leak detection test costs about $200-$300), and equipment is running fine, with a re-plaster, the pool could be up and running for less than $2,000. Of course the cost will increase if new tile, new equipment, and new coping were desired and/or required.

Pool has been empty for quite a few years; pool specialist stated that as long as there are no leaks (leak detection test costs about $200-$300), and equipment is running fine, with a re-plaster, the pool could be up and running for less than $2,000. Of course the cost will increase if new tile, new equipment, and new coping were desired and/or required.