Pool resurfacing and restoration services are available to give your pool a second chance if it needs a little extra assistance or care. We have helped many clients in the past with resurfacing and restoring their existing pools by giving them a little TLC, polishing, and general repairs and maintenance. If you would like to see what is possible when it comes to resurfacing or restoring your existing pool, then be sure to get in touch with our team of certified pool technicians to discover the possibilities!
Pool resurfacing typically requires stripping any unwanted materials or damaged materials from the surface of the pool and replacing them with newer ones. This can be anything from cracked or damaged concrete to deteriorating or missing tiles on the inside lining of the pool. When stripping these materials away, they will then be replaced with a fresh layer of newer materials that are adequately placed to give the pool a more secure and new finish. Pool resurfacing can be done whenever the plaster is flaking, there are missing tiles or pebbles, or the concrete itself is cracked, as well as any extensive surface stains that cannot be removed with harsh chemicals and ongoing acid washing or deep cleaning.
Pool restoration includes utilizing the existing structure and building materials that are present in the pool and cleaning them up in a way that makes the pool look like new and is safe to use. We offer pool restoration for existing pools that typically require deep cleaning and removal of dirt buildup, algae, mold, and other forms of discoloration. Most pools can often benefit from acid washing and extensive cleaning, as well as new installation of pool tools, such as a filter and pump.
When it comes to resurfacing or restoring your pool, there is no limit on the materials that you can choose to utilize in your pool refurbishing project. Many of the popular building materials that we prefer include ceramic tiles, stones or pebbles, and concrete. These materials are less prone to premature deterioration and can withstand extended exposure to water, thus making them the ideal materials for any pool resurfacing or restoration project.
There is no set time frame for when you need to resurface your pool, but many choose to do so when the pool has deteriorated enough that it can no longer be repaired to keep it looking fresh and new. This could mean that they are missing tiles, surface stains, extensive discoloration that acid washing cannot get rid of, missing tables, or flaking plaster. If any of these obvious imperfections are present on your pool, then you definitely want to consider resurfacing it before these damages continue to worsen and are therefore more expensive to repair. Resurfacing your pool can feel like you are investing in a new one, but in reality, you are simply revitalizing your existing pool and restoring it back to its former glory.
There are a lot of reasons why you might need a Pool Resurfacing and Restoration Service. A few of the most common ones are:
The benefits that you get from hiring our company’s Pool Resurfacing and Restoration Service include: