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Pool Plastering & Pool Replastering in Gilbert

Having a pool deck constructed is the epitome of a well-to-do home. But maintaining a swimming pool is extremely delicate since pools are permanently exposed to certain elements with the way it is designed. These elements are solar radiation, moisture, and the usual wear-and-tear. All of which can slowly damage a pool's structural integrity and finish.

Pool remodeling does not come cheap. Most pool owners delay this as long as possible, completely undermining the fact that proper pool maintenance is absolutely necessary to extend the lifespan of your pool.

The pool is a combination of many parts, and out of all of them, pool plastering is the only one that does not require frequent attention. Though, it grows cracks slowly over time due to weathering. Even the most expensive water-resistant coating has an expiration. Since it makes up the majority of your pool's visual, it is vital to avoid seeing it as only for nothing but aesthetics. It serves a very important purpose for your pool, it protects the concrete underneath from water and structural damage.

Pool replastering signs and symptoms

Because a pool is covered by water, it can be difficult to distinguish what is unusual on the pool's surface. You'd need experts to do that for you. Our team of professionals in Pool Resurfacing Plus can help you inspect any of the following cases:

  • Time
  • Stains
  • Bare patches
  • Rough patches
  • Decayed appearance

Time

Your pool's plaster finish has an expected lifespan of about 7-10 years. If you have a decade-old pool and you have never got it replastered, then it is just high time for you to call on Pool Resurfacing Plus to replaster your swimming pool.

Stains

The surface of your pool can develop stains that are often normal and harmless. Stains from mineral deposits are very hard to get rid of, even a high-pressure wash can't do the trick. These types of stains are very resilient and just a simple cleaning won't do. Making use of chemical stain removers is not recommended too as it can leave major damage to the plaster.

Bare patches

These are considerably easier to spot compared to stains. Bare patches are a clear indication that your swimming pool is due for inspection and most probably, replastering. Usual components of your pool's structure such as rebar, gunite, and shotcrete should never be visible. This is because these types of minerals are very vulnerable to oxidation and water damage. So, if the plaster that protects it has weathered, replastering should be done.

Rough patches

There are hidden areas such as corners that need to get replastered because leaving them unchecked can be a danger for your safety. Falling on them is painful but apart from that, they also harness the growth of harmful bacteria like algae. Not even the most effective water cleaning process can work if you have algae growth in your swimming pool.

Decayed appearance

Worn plaster projects a very unappealing and unpolished look. Since it develops cracks, it becomes visually unpleasant and can even compromise your pool's structural integrity. If you see any sign of decay and weathering on your pool, then it is time to contact Pool Resurfacing Plus to get it inspected and replastered.

These are some of the many common pool plaster problems. Most of the time, issues that appear minor could be packing large cracks deep in your water system. Every pool has its own history and unique ecosystem, and Pool Resurfacing Plus takes all these into account to offer customized solutions.

Don't hesitate to contact us, and we'll have an inspection scheduled for you right away, followed by a cost estimation. The swimming pool expert that we'll send out will help you find the best solution to your pool problems that also fit your budget and your design standards. We offer services in Gilbert, so if you need services anywhere in and around that area, give us a call!

Don't hesitate to contact us, and we'll have an inspection scheduled for you right away, followed by a cost estimation. The swimming pool expert that we'll send out will help you find the best solution to your pool problems that also fit your budget and your design standards. We offer services in Gilbert, so if you need services anywhere in and around that area, give us a call!

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We do more than pool resurfacing!

The plaster finish coating on your pool protects the concrete underneath from direct UV radiation and water damage. But plaster is not the only option to go for to protect your pool concrete. Various other materials provide the same quality of protection, just with different looks.

  • Pool Resurfacing Plus wants your pool to look just the way you want it. Here are some of the most common pool resurfacing requests that we get from our customers in Gilbert.
  • Conventional plastering - There are a variety of new ways to plaster your swimming pool but conventional plaster remains the most commonly used. This type of plaster is very durable and cost-effective. Although it is a simple mix of cement and sand, if it is skillfully blended and installed, it can last for as long as a decade. However, it is still susceptible to discoloring and staining.
  • Pebble Finishes - This type of finish is often called "marble pool finish" they are twice as durable as the conventional plaster and can last for up to 20 years. Apart from that, it also makes the entire pool surface appear more luxurious and vibrant.
  • Pebble Fina - This is a blend of silica stone and cement. It's the middle ground between pebble sheen and conventional plaster. Silica adds an extra shimmer that is very beautiful. It is also very durable and can last for a long time.
  • Hydrazzo - If you want to go for a smooth and shiny surface finish, Hydrazzo is your best option. It comes in a variety of shades that all provide an upscale and durable finish.
  • Quartz and Plaster Finishes - This type of finish improves the standard plaster by incorporating calcium carbonate for glimmer.
  • Custom Designs and Colors - You can think of any design, landscaping, and decor you'd want for your pool surface as they are highly customizable. Whether you want to make it look like a tropical oasis or an urban paradise, custom-mixed colors and combining different finishes can help you pull that off.

Pool Resurfacing Plus can make owning a pool a way more fun experience. Our crew is expertly trained and fully insured. We only use durable materials that are directly sourced from the manufacturer just to provide you with the best results and competitive prices. Give Pool Resurfacing Plus a call for an inspection and a quote today!

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