LIV North Aquatics is a leader in pool renovation and upgrades. With over 48 years of experience as a company, our team of 4 trained technicians have over 110 accumulated years of experience. LIV North Aquatics is part of LIV North Inc. Canada’s largest recreation and fitness facility supplier.

The Highgate condominiums at 1 Concord Place were constructed in 1984 with a total of 307 units and a state-of-the-art amenity offering that still ranks as a preferred address in the Don Mills area. 

Highgate

When the board decided to renovate and upgrade their pool and spa area, they started by contracting Morrison Hershfield as their Engineers/Consultants to develop specs for the renewal of the pool. Then, SMID Construction Limited, a leader in Condominium Restoration was retained as the General Contractor to oversee the project. LIV North was contacted and Rick Bemister, Senior Technician for LIV North, prepared a plan to make repairs and upgrade to the pool. 

After investigation of the work, it was found that the existing columns were rotting at the base, the pool deck floor under tiles was not waterproofed, the whirlpool was in very poor shape and mould was discovered in some of the walls. This caused the Condo Board to hire a designer, Gillian Brand Lifestyle and renovate the whole pool area. Once again, LIV North Aquatics worked with the entire team to complete the tile work and retrofit the mechanical room, which included new filters, pumps, heaters along with plumbing repairs and upgrades to the lines and sensors.

LIV North Aquatics has a proven track record of completing renovation and repairs to leading facilities in the GTA. We have the resources and experience to determine what can be done to fit your budget, timeline and overall requirements.

If you are considering an upgrade to your pool or spa area, make sure you call the experts at LIV North and take advantage of our professional and systematic approach to repairs and renovations.

Connect with us today | aquatics@livnorth.com

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