In general, the typical gunnite built-in pool will last a good 30-40 years before any significant re-work to the pool itself is usually needed. Given proper care and maintanence, there is no reason why a well-contstructed pool can't last 50+ years. This is evidenced by the fact that there are many, many pools still in service that were built during the 1950's. Hope this helps...
A pool pump should only be replaced if and when it fails. A pool pump needs proper maintanance in order to function properly,and should last the life of the pool ith proper care.
Definitely not. Use proper care when cleaning your pool
They last longer and easier to take care of.
One of the best ways to prevent problems with your swimming pool is by running the pump and circulating the water. The best care for the pool varies depending on the type of pool you have but keeping proper water chemistry is important for any pool.
A concrete pool is better any where if it is done professionally.
Yes, there is no problem with using salt in a concrete pool.
You don't need to tile a pool, if you use a good waterproof concrete render and paint it using proper swimming pool paint. (don't use emulsion)
There does not appear to be anything that can be put in your pool to redeye your concrete in the pool dark blue. This can only be achieved by draining the pool and painting the concrete a dark blue color.
by taking the liner away!
When draining a pool take care that there isn't enough ground water around the outside of the pool to lift it out of position, even a concrete pool will float on ground water. and once they are lifted out of the ground you are in big trouble.
Yes it can be done