If you want to give your outdated pool a fresh new look, consider contacting us at JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite Ltd. We can perform pool replastering or resurfacing services to repair any damage your pool surface has sustained while changing its color or textures.
A few other gunite pool remodeling services we offer include pool retiling and equipment replacement. All of our pool remodeling services can breathe new life into a pool that is old or falling apart.
When Is it Time to Replaster Your Swimming Pool?
There are a few signs of degradation you should watch out for that will let you know when it is time to get your pool replastered. Damage to your pool plaster can be caused by a number of things, including exposure to bad weather and the elements, pool chemicals being imbalanced, constant use, and old age.
It is a good idea to think about getting your pool replastered about every ten years or so. The materials pool plaster is made out of are likely to begin breaking down at that age if they haven’t already. Cracks, chips, and roughening of your plaster are all signs that your pool has sustained damage and should be replastered soon.
If you don’t get your pool replastered as soon as you begin to notice major signs of damage, you may find those small problems turning into bigger ones as cracks turn into leaks and chips turn into cracks. You will save more money in the long run by replastering your pool as soon as you notice these warning signs.
What Are Your Pool Replastering Options?
There are many directions you could go with your pool replastering in terms of color and texture. We can accommodate the use of various materials like pebbles and tile if traditional white plaster, also known as marcite, isn’t your thing. If you definitely want plaster, you still aren’t limited to the typical colors and textures when you work with us.
We carry a selection of plasters from Wet Edge Technologies and their six product lines. A couple of examples of plasters they make include Altima, a plaster with an improved and durable formula, and Luna Quartz, a plaster with a 100% quartz finish. Each type of plaster uses a different material that will produce a different texture.
The color you choose for your replastering with have a huge effect on the aesthetic and appearance of your pool. Pool surface colors can drastically change the color in which the pool water appears. The lightness or darkness of the plaster color will also alter the water’s appearance.
If you find yourself struggling with what colors and materials to pick for your pool replastering or resurfacing, we can offer recommendations for you here at JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite Ltd. Call us or visit us today to learn more about what we offer when it comes to pool replastering.