It is time to refinish your pool plaster? Blue Water Pool Service is ready to help with expert advice and premium installation of your new pool finish.
Plaster is the most common type of finish on concrete pools. Older pools generally have a plaster finish that has a coat of paint on it; newer pools generally have either a plain white plaster, or an aggregate plaster composed of quartz or pebbles. At Blue Water, we have a wide variety of pool finishes like DiamondBrite, Pebbletec, Stonescape and more. Over the last few years, new finishes have been developed using glass beads and quartz which give your pool an ultra-luxurious look.
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A replaster is a process that must be properly done to ensure the new plaster will adhere to the existing pool. It is imperative that any paint is removed by sand or water blasting and properly prepped with a bond coat for the new plaster. Depending on the size of the pool, most pools take approximately 3 to 4 days to prep and plaster, then have to be filled with clean water with a low metal and mineral content.
After filling the pool, it is imperative the proper procedures are followed to ensure the plaster cures properly. This process involves brushing the plaster and testing the water chemistry multiple times a week for 28 days. Though this is a process a homeowner can handle, you can have us take care of it for you with our expert pool remodeling and pool plaster resurfacing services.
All of our plaster work is done by our team of pool remodeling professionals, and we offer an installation warranty. Call us now for fast and free pool plaster estimates.