Saltwater Vs. Chlorine Pools

February 14th, 2023

As Spring Break is approaching, it’s time to think about that pool in your backyard. With all the guests coming over, you want to showcase only the best version of your property. At JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite Ltd., we’ll be able to remodel your pool exactly to your liking. Whether it’s the addition of a waterfall or a simple replastering, we’ll get it done right away.

What Should I Put In My Pool?

Saltwater Vs. Chlorine Pools - Which do I Choose?

A spectacular pool transformation is what’s going to complete your backyard. Contact us or visit today to show us your dream design, and we’ll bring it to life right away.

Before deciding on our replastering service, it’s important that you decide on the type of pool you want. So, do you want a saltwater pool or a chlorine pool? The answer depends on what material is used to reconstruct your pool. If you’re going to use gunite for your pool remodeling project, it’s probably best to choose chlorine over saltwater.

People often think that saltwater pool is cheaper and easier to maintain, but it’s not entirely true. Compared to chlorine pools, the chemical compounds in saltwater have a tendency to roughen the surface of pools much faster. This will force you to replaster your pool more regularly.

Plastering is vital to your pool’s health; without this protective layer, your pool’s shell may be at risk of developing leaks and cracks. If the problems are ignored for a prolonged period, you may have to go through an entire remodeling process with excavation works and other foundation work.

Choose Our Gunite Pool

We specialize in gunite pools at JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite, Ltd. because it brings out the best results. This type of material is extremely versatile and durable. It also gives you added protection to ensure cracks won’t appear on your pool shell anytime soon. When you decide on gunite pools, it’s recommended to pair them with a chlorine pool.

With chlorine pools, keeping the pH level in a proper range is very important. High chlorine levels can cause eye and skin irritation, while a low chlorine level can cause calcium to deposit and roughen the surface of your pool. But with ample care and monitoring, you can effectively avoid having to get your pool replastered all the time.

We’ll provide the best services to assist you no matter what you decide. Feel free to browse through our pool projects to see what transformations we can do for you!

Saltwater Vs. Chlorine Pools - Which do I Choose?

With a remodeled pool, you’ll be ready to enjoy your Spring Break to the fullest.

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Are you ready to make your dream outdoor living area come to life?
If so, get in touch with JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite.
We’ll discuss your vision and find the best plan for bringing it to life.
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by calling (713) 729-5014.

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