Make Your Miami Pool / Spa Better Than New with a RePoolers Renovation!

We love working with the great folks throughout Miami... especially when we get reactions like this:

We had RePoolers do major re-construction to our pool and spa, which included replacing the concrete deck, re-plastering the pool and spa, upgrading equipment and building a waterfall with a slide attached! We are blown away by the finished product! Our kids thought we won the lottery! The truth is, I wouldn't have believed we could afford this project, but the value we got is out of this world!

Jeff Svob

Miami Gardens homeowner

The city of Miami Gardens is the city of progress and a community of possibilities. Since incorporation in 2003, the city has experienced exponential growth and collectively. Every day the city strives to make sure that businesses are prospering, residents are thriving and visitors have plenty to enjoy.  There is so much to do and take advantage of in Miami Gardens... sports, music, culinary experiences, and the cultural immersions that make Miami Gardens a great place to live, work and play.  

We love the big events like Jazz in the Gardens and the Miami Tennis Open. and the return of the Orange Blossom Classic.  It’s easy to see why so many people raved about their stay during their visit for Super Bowl 54.  

remodeled pool in Miami by RePoolers

Miami Gardens offers tremendous hospitality, and there’s something for everyone right here. One of our favorite events that we can’t wait to attend again is the Miami Gardens Wine and Food Experience. 

And of course, so many in our community enjoy time at home - and RePoolers is here to make that time even better with a newly remodeled pool. Just call us!

Miami Gardens - Live the Life!

Miami Gardens is located in north-central Miami-Dade County Florida United States . It is 16 miles north of Downtown Miami and its boundaries stretch from I-95 and NE 2nd Avenue on the east, to NW 47th and NW 57th Avenues on the west, and from the Broward County line on the north, to 151st Street on the south.

The city name comes from one of the major roadways through the area, Miami Gardens Drive . According to the 2019 estimate from the US Census Bureau , the city had a population of 110,001, and it is the largest city in Florida that has a majority African American population It is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area , which was home to an estimated 6,012,331 people in 2015.  Source:

Miami welcomed back the Super Bowl in 2020 – right in Miami Gardens!. Located in northwest Miami, Miami Gardens is a destination for gaming, recreation and down home Caribbean soul food.  Home to the Miami Dolphins , Hard Rock Stadium hosted Super Bowl LIV in February 2020. It’s also home to the University of Miami’s Hurricane football season, the NCAA’s Orange Bowl in January and the Miami Open tennis tournament in March and April. An all around entertainment destination, Hard Rock Stadium also hosts concerts, festivals and private events, offering a wide variety of box seats, club levels and VIP clubs, including an outpost of the South Beach mega-club LIV. It’s more than hotdogs and hamburgers at the concession stand at Hard Rock Stadium with vendors including local favorites like Café Versailles, Jackson Soul Food and Shula Burgers. The stadium’s art is curated by Goldman Global Arts, the developers who created Wynwood Walls, and features 19 murals and 17 fine art pieces by world-class artists, including Peter Tunney, Jen Stark and The London Police. 

Topgolf Miami Gardens

Topgolf  – The Ultimate in Golf, Games, Food and Fun

Inside a climate-controlled driving range bay where you’ll score points based on how close your microchipped ball comes to the target. This entertainment complex is fun for the whole family with golf, gaming and a seasonal menu of tasty bites, including steak nachos with chimichurri, perfect for sharing. If you’re new to golf, you can take lessons and there’s also a KidZone with clinics and coaching available to the little ones. 

Calder Casino

This is a great casino for all of your gaming fun. They’ve got slots, table games and a Players Club. It’s also a destination for concerts, entertainment and dining. Take a break from gaming at Center Bar located in the middle of the casino floor where you can take in the atmosphere and indulge in cocktails and beer alongside a great food menu featuring wings and sandwiches. Come out on Friday and Saturday nights, when Calder hosts live music concerts on the Center Stage dance floor featuring everything from pop to groove and electronic music. Perhaps best of all, the buffet features all-you-can-eat garden fresh salads, comfort food, classic buffet fare and tantalizing desserts. 

Rolling Oaks Park

Rolling Oaks is a lovely public park in the heart of Miami Gardens featuring ample green space with shade trees. You can enjoy an afternoon picnic at one of its pavilions and there’s a playground for the little ones. If a more active afternoon is what you’re after, Rolling Oaks Park also boasts basketball and tennis courts. It’s a popular destination for Miami Gardens’ families and a great way to enjoy an afternoon like the locals. 

Arline’s Restaurant & Seafood

Arline’s is a popular no fuss Caribbean soul food diner and a favorite amongst Miami Gardens locals for its seriously delicious down home cooking and seafood. Choose from fried conch, shrimp, snapper, grouper or catfish dressed up with pigeon peas and rice, fried okra, macaroni and cheese or collard greens. They’ve also got an entire section of the menu dedicated to chicken and waffles. At lunchtime, they serve a selection of BBQ or fried chicken and pork chops. Whatever you do, be sure to save room for a slice of the sweet potato pie or pound cake for dessert. (