Depending on how you renovate the pool, that will add to the cost of the fix. Some PB’s won’t want to touch a wall repair but it is doable. If you chose to change the pool shape, fixing the wall may just be part of “shooting” a new shell. You might find that you won’t get any warranty on the integrity of the pool shell that new builds get, but that might not really be a big deal.It wasn't the excavator that broke it, they broke down the top of the walls when the filled it so it wasn't visible out in the middle of the yard
When we bought our house, we didn't want a pool, but it came with one. We seriously considered filling it in. But we didn't. And I'm glad we didn't. But I am sure there are lots of people round that fill in perfectly good pools, just because they don't want a pool. Apparently the pool was built in 1981, so nearly 40 years old. The plaster doesn't look perfect anymore, but no leaks so far. Plumbing would probably be designed a bit bigger these days.they don't think we can fix it and said basically the same thing....it was filled in for a reason.