The reasons for remodeling your pool are almost endless. The most common is when your pool needs to be resurfaced, so you call professionals like Urban Pool Services to renovate you backyard paradise.
But, how to know that it is necessary to resurface your swimming pool?
Well, over the years your pool have been exposure to the elements and various chemicals that have eaten away at a pool’s surface so you see hollow spots, chipping, or cracking. These means that the swimming pool waterproof membrane has been compromised.
When this happened, Coral Springs pool owners know that the problem will get worse if they don’t address it right away. So, this is the time to consider a pool resurfacing, wish basically involves chipping out the damaged material, applying a new finish and acid washing the pool’s surface.
The most commonly used resurfacing material are:
1. Pool Plaster
Generally, new gunite pools are coated with pool plaster, which is cement mixed with marble sand or limestone. It is the least-expensive option for pool surfacing and typically lasts around 7 years.
2. Pebble Finishes
Pebble finishes is actually a mix of plaster with cement blended . The addition of aggregate makes these more durable and stain-resistant than plaster alone. Pebble finishes can be somewhat rough and costs twice as much as plaster, but the upside is that they often last over 12 years.
The prefabricated swimming pools made with fiberglass should be resurfaced with fiberglass, which is a polymer that is complemented by a polyester resinwish. If you have a fiberglass pool at home, this is the best alternative to resurfacing it.
4. Diamond Brite
Diamond Brite is made with a combination of natural quartz aggregate, polymer modified cement and non-fading Diamond Quartz in a stunning variety of colors.
Is unaffected by the harshest pool chemicals and resists permanent staining, Besides, the colorquartz accent colors won’t rust, rub off or fade like other colored aggregate because the pigment is ceramically bonded to the quartz aggregate.
when resurfacing your swimming pool with Diamond Brite you get a beautiful yet durable pool finish and a slip-resistant surface.
Should You Resurface Your Pool Yourself?
Before venturing into a DYS project like this contemplate that water is not forgiving. If you make a mistake, you will be left with a leaking pool and will have to repeat the entire process. Besides, a medium-sized home pool will generally take two people over 20 hours to resurface. If you have a larger pool, it will often take three or four people to keep the plaster from setting too quickly.
keep in mind that resurfacing a pool is best done by professionals as they have the right equipment, skills and products for the job, so, let Urban Pool Services take care of your pool resurfacing. We assure you that you will receive a job that will exceed your expectations. Contact us.