Our FAQ page is designed to help you quickly find information about our services and all things related to swimming pools.
We’ve gathered the most common questions we receive from our customers and provided detailed, easy-to-understand answers.
We’ve got you covered, from queries about pool resurfacing to tips on everyday pool maintenance.
What is Swimming Pool Resurfacing?
Swimming pool resurfacing is the process of applying a new surface layer to restore or repair the finish of a pool, enhancing its appearance and durability.
When Should I Consider Resurfacing my Swimming Pool?
You should consider resurfacing your pool if you notice signs of deterioration such as cracks, stains, roughness, or if the current surface is more than 10 years old.
How long does a typical pool resurfacing last?
The lifespan of a resurfacing job depends on various factors including the materials used, climate conditions, and maintenance. On average, a well-maintained resurfaced pool can last around 10-15 years.
What are the different types of pool resurfacing materials available?
Some common pool resurfacing materials include plaster, pebble finishes, and exposed aggregates. Each material has its own advantages, aesthetics, and performance characteristics.
How much does pool resurfacing cost?
The cost of resurfacing a pool can vary depending on factors like the size of the pool, the chosen material, and any additional repairs or upgrades needed. On average, it can range from $5,000 to $15,000.
Can I resurface a pool myself, or do I need professional help?
Resurfacing a pool is a complex process that requires specialized skills, equipment, and knowledge. It is strongly recommended to hire a professional pool contractor to ensure the best results and to avoid potential mistakes.
How long does the pool resurfacing process take?
The duration of the resurfacing process depends on the size of the pool, the chosen material, and any necessary repairs. On average, it can take anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks to complete.
How should I prepare my pool before resurfacing?
Before resurfacing, your pool should be properly drained, cleaned, and any necessary repairs should be made. This may include fixing cracks, addressing plumbing issues, or replacing damaged tiles.
What measures can I take to extend the lifespan of a resurfaced pool?
Regular maintenance is key to extending the lifespan of a resurfaced pool. This includes balanced water chemistry, proper filtration, routine cleaning, and avoiding abrasive cleaning tools.
Can I change the color or design of my pool during the resurfacing process?
Yes, resurfacing offers an opportunity to change the pool’s color or design. Discuss your preferences with the pool contractor to explore available customization options.