Resurfacing Your Pool Makes It Like Brand New Again!

Is your swimming pool surface area ruined or weathered or maybe not time has taken away the smoothness it once had? Well it may be in need of some pool replastering.

Every pool will ultimately need to be replastered at some point, as pool plaster typically has between 15 to 20 years of lifespan.

If your pool could use some revitalization, call the pool resurfacing experts at RePoolers today!

resurfaced pool makes it like new again

Pool plaster finish comes in a range of different shades, and one of the most common one is white with blue. The color you opt to utilize for your plaster could have an instant effect on your pool’s appearance as it can affect the water shade. White plaster is normally the specification that many swimming pool owners pick when having their pool replastered, but in today’s market you have many more options in not only colors, but actual materials to choose from.

Our specialists are well trained in swimming pool replastering and resurfacing and despite the plaster color you choose, we will definitely give your swimming pool a great new, fresh look.

From traditional basic white plaster to quartz or pebble finish, we can help bring your pool back to life.

Replastering a pool has numerous steps. Initially the pool needs to be drained and afterwards sandblasted in order to help safeguard the bottom of the swimming pool against water pressure. Sandblasting will likewise eliminate any sort of areas where the plaster is weak in the pool. It will also eliminate stains or marks in the swimming pool surface.

Next the old tile is removed. Our professionals always take the needed preventative measures to make sure the tile is stored securely until it is changed or reapplied.

As soon as the sandblasting is completed, a bond layer is applied to offer the proper adhesion for the new surface area. We then add the tile to the boundary and trim in addition to the various other relevant locations such as steps, swim outs and other pool attributes. Our professionals then apply the plaster to the interior of the pool by blowing it onto the interior surface of the swimming pool. They likewise patch up any necessary locations by hand, such as the steps or various other locations near the tile.

When it comes to sealers and coats for the swimming pool surface there are many choices. There are additionally some highly advanced products that could be utilized as well as the more traditional coverings. We will be more than happy to help you understand the differences and guide you through the process of selecting the best finish for your swimming pool or spa. Our pool area specialists will make sure to cover all the pertinent information with you when you go through this process of choosing the most effective surface for your pool or hot tub.