Nothing Lasts Forever
No matter how well you maintain your pool, there will eventually come a time where it may need a little TLC. This especially applies to the surface of the pool. Most pool surfaces will last for years if properly maintained and cared for. Overtime, however, the surface of your pool can become damaged, stained, and overall loose its “like-new” appearance. Not only does this hinder the look of your pool, but it can lead to serious issues down the road if ignored. In order to reverse the damage and restore the way your pool looks, pool resurfacing could be just what you need.
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Like everything else in your home, your pool will wear out over time. A swimming pool needs regular maintenance to keep it from getting worn out, prevent leaks and continue to look beautiful. However, when a pool’s surface begins to show signs of damage or chip, it may be time to consider pool resurfacing. Keeping your pool’s surface in good condition is important because it acts as a watertight seal that protects the underlying structure of your pool from water damage. Resurfacing your pool can modify and enhance the appearance of your swimming pool while also providing solutions to cracks, stains. and other damages to the surface that occur over time.
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Two Main Types Of Pool Surfaces
When it comes to pool surfaces, plaster is the most common and the most economically-friendly. White plaster has been used for pool surfaces for years and is still the a top choice today regardless of the new options that have come about over time. White plaster consists of white cement, white marble aggregate, and water. Not only does the affordable price make it so popular, but the smooth finish and sleek, bright appearance add to the appeal as well.
Another popular choice for pool surfaces is Pebble Tec. This type consists of a cement blend, mixed with small pebbles, which is then mixed with dye. Pebble Tec can give your pool a more natural-looking surface that really compliments the pool color finish. This is also a very commonly used pool surface because of its modern style and the range of options that allows pool owners to get creative. Not only does it give pools a more unique aesthetic, it is also known to last longer and isn’t as prone to stains compared to other surface options.